Trellu-Marie Kane tries to decide how Unis-Cite should respond to the announcement of a new national voluntary community service program, French President Jacques Chirac in 2005. Since 1994 Trellu Kane and her co-founder had been creating and monitoring a public service program called Unis-Cité in which young people, especially from disadvantaged immigrant population, voluntarily nine months time to work on their community projects. Had begun with headquarters in Paris, France, Unis-Cité to expand to other … Read more »

Trellu-Marie Kane tries to decide how Unis-Cite should respond to the announcement of a new national voluntary community service program, French President Jacques Chirac in 2005. Since 1994 Trellu Kane and her co-founder had been creating and monitoring a public service program called Unis-Cité in which young people, especially from disadvantaged immigrant population, voluntarily nine months time to work on their community projects. Had begun with headquarters in Paris, France, Unis-Cité to expand to other areas. With the announcement that the government will provide funding to mobilize thousands of volunteers, Trellu Kane needs to decide how Unis-Cité would proceed.
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Michel Anteby,
Julie Battilana,
Anne-Claire Pache
Source: HBS
15 pages.
Publication Date: Jun 13, 2007. Prod #: 407106-PDF-ENG
Marie Kane Trellu-Unis-Cité (A) HBR case solution

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