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Harvard study lauds Youth Villages

February 19, 2010

The Harvard Business School recently completed a case study that examines Youth Villages’ growth and impact as a national leader in the field of children’s behavioral health in the last decade.

Written by HBS Professor Allen Grossman, Catherine Ross of the HBS Global Research Group and William Foster, a partner at the Bridgespan Group, the case study explores Youth Villages’ innovative treatment approach, use of research in program development and targeted growth strategies.

The case on Youth Villages was written for inclusion in a new course at HBS called “Leading and Governing Highly Effective Nonprofit Organizations.”

“Youth Villages is a highly effective organization with quality leadership and a proven approach,” Grossman says.

The complete case study is available at

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