Strategies to improve budget behavior and reallocate meaningful resources
Because gainsharing both incents units to find cost savings and returns a portion of those savings to central administration, it can bring much-needed resources to the center. But the move to gainsharing represents a significant budgetary change that faculty and staff often resist.
How can you minimize pushback without sacrificing the benefits of gainsharing? This study outlines two options for structuring a gainsharing program as well as strategies to help you transition to a more strategic budget surplus policy while mitigating campus resistance to change.
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"Structuring and Transitioning to Impactful Gainsharing"