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Why does it sometimes take a very long time for some changes to occur in an organization?  
Some changes take a long time to occur because the change process itself may be lengthy due to a resistance to change or to the actual time it takes for people to adapt to the change or new process. However, some changes are lengthy because they are part of a bigger plan. For example, the long-term nature of a change may be due to a strategic leader’s plan for the future of the organization. He/she may be striving to lay a foundation for achieving a vision for the organization’s future that will endure. These types of changes take time and often endure beyond the strategic leader’s tenure. Learn more about strategic leadership and organizational change from the resources provided.
Keywords: Leadership, Organizational changes

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