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3.1 Best Practice: Putting the Agreement to Paper

A well written agreement is integral to a successful partnership. When an agreement lacks clarity or provides an unrealistic division of roles and responsibilities, issues may arise in all aspects of managing and operating the site.

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3.2 Best Practice: Governing the Site

Navigating governance in a partnership is complex. Partners must work together to attain common goals through varying lenses, achieving balance between accountability and independence.

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3.3 Best Practice: Defining a Shared Vision

Directing a historic site with multiple partners requires coordination of each party’s vision, drawing on shared resources to support development over time.

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3.4 Best Practice: Navigating Funding and Generating Revenue

Raising funds and earning revenue is a consistent issue, as partners are often challenged by the shared responsibility of establishing financial growth and sustainability.

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3.5 Best Practice: Caring for the Site

Historic sites require a specialized system of care that draws on shared resources and individual strengths. The complexities of such create issues in building and site maintenance, as partners find it difficult to translate roles and responsibilities from the agreement into the realities of day-to-day operations.

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