Treatment Action Campaign: Managing Activists (TAC)

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CASE STUDY. It was mid-2008 and Zackie Achmat, founder of the Treatment Action Campaign (TAC) − widely regarded as one of the most successful HIV/AIDS activist organisations in the world – knew that the organisation he had founded was facing two related challenges.

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Treatment Action Campaign: Managing Activists (TAC): Abstract

Treatment Action Campaign: Managing Activists (TAC) is a case study by Grant Sieff and Eulalie Metton.

It was mid-2008 and Zackie Achmat, founder of the Treatment Action Campaign (TAC) − widely regarded as one of the most successful HIV/AIDS activist organisations in the world – knew that the organisation he had founded was facing two related challenges: the urgent need to improve professional day-to-day management and administrative skills if it was to sustain its successes of the past 10 years; and how to find a national manager or chief operating officer with consummate business skills, the knowledge to understand the complexities of the TAC’s organisation and work, and the ability to manage activists who could replace him if required in the future.

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To generate learning on organisational design and successful leadership.

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