Cross Jurisdictional Sharing Readiness Factors

The Cross Jurisdictional Sharing Readiness Factors document is a set of questions related to readiness for a CJS effort. It is intended for use by those groups and individuals exploring the possibility of or preparing for a CJS process. It asks questions related to1) motivation for change, 2) trust between partners, 3) identified and effective leadership, 4) commitment to CJS efforts/ change, 5) effective collaboration, 6) common policies and procedures, and 7) financial and capital resources. Those interested in a CJS effort may find it useful to explore the questions as a group to better understand the strengths and challenges to be faced by a CJS effort. This information can be used to identify important stakeholders and plan collaborative processes to make the success of a CJS planning process more likely.

Available online (pdf): http://www.phsharing.org/wp-content/uploads/2013/05/2012-PD17-CSPHS-Guiding-Questions1.pdf

It is included in the CJS Resource Library under the categories listed below. Select a link to find other resources in that category.

  • Change Management: Measures and discusses trust as a foundational aspect in successful change management
  • Fiscal and Service Issues: Asks questions about trust around sharing of fiscal and capital resources
  • Governance: Asks questions about trust in Governance and the motivations of those who govern

 

This resource is also linked to the Roadmap. Select a link below to read more about each area.

  • Why? / Phase One: Intended for use by groups and individuals exploring the possibility of or preparing for a CJS process.
  • What? / Phase One: The Cross Jurisdictional Sharing Readiness Factors document is a set of questions related to readiness for a CJS effort.
  • Who? / Phase One: This information can be used to identify important stakeholders and plan collaborative processes to make the success of a CJS planning process more likely.
  • Context and History / Phase Two: Those interested in a CJS effort may find this instrument useful to explore the questions as a group to better understand the strengths and challenges to be faced by a CJS effort.
  • Fiscal and Service Implications / Phase Two: Asks questions about trust around sharing of fiscal and capital resources.
  • Governance / Phase Two: This instrument asks questions about trust in Governance and the motivations of those who govern.
  • Change Management / Phase Two: Measures and discusses trust as a foundational aspect in successful change management.

 
Shepherd, M. (2012). Cross Jurisdictional Sharing Readiness Factors. Topeka, KS: Center for Sharing Public Health Services.