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Nonprofit Technology

The nonprofit sector has made good use of technology to advance its mission and serve its clients.  From the early days of limited technology  until today's data and analytic toolbox, nonprofit organizations have applied technology to internal and external operations.  My research on this goes back to the early 1990s.

My Work

David, N., & McNutt, J.G.  (2019). Building a Workforce for Smart City Governance: Challenges and Opportunities for the Planning and Administrative Professions. In Informatics.  6 (4), 47. https://doi.org/10.3390/informatics6040047

Goldkind, L., & McNutt, J. G. (2019). We Could Be Unicorns: Human Services Leaders Moving from Managing Programs to Managing Information Ecosystems. Human Service Organizations: Management, Leadership & Governance, 1-9.

McNutt, J.G  (2020).  Information and communications technology management In Anheier, H. K., & Toepler, S. (2020). The Routledge Companion to Nonprofit Management. [pp.249-262] Routledge.

McNutt, J.G., Guo, C., Goldkind, L., & An, S. (2018). Technology in Nonprofit organizations and voluntary action. Voluntaristics Review. 3(1) 1-63

Sigler, R.T. & McNutt, J.G.  (1982). The Use of Management Information Systems in the Management of Volunteer Programs. Journal of Volunteer Administration  1 (1) p. 47-54.

Sigler, R. & McNutt, J.G.  (1981). The Role of Needs Assessment Research in the Planning and Development of Volunteer Programs.  Volunteer Administration.  14, (3), 14-18.


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