This report prepared by UW-Extension sometime around the year 2000 is a guide to developing a successful shared services agreement. It shows how to identify and assess various shared services options and addresses the practical aspects involved; for example, the types of services that can be shared, the stakeholders, and the advantages or drawbacks of certain types of agreements.
This is not simply a publication to be read; it is also a tool and workbook for individuals or groups exploring and evaluating shared services options.
By integrating research and practical exercises, it helps users select a shared services goal and allows them to develop new information tailored to their specific needs.
Reasons to Consider Shared Services
- Essential Elements
- Refining Your Proposed Solution
- Selecting Potential Supporters
- Identifying Compelling Issues
- Getting Started
- Taking the Proposal Public
- Ways to Reach Closure
- Pursuing Extramural Support
- Examples of Instruments Used To Structure Agreements
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