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How important is it for a new leader to introduce changes to an organization?  
When a new leader joins an organization, it is only natural for the leader to want to impart his/her own knowledge, experience, and style to the organization. However, the new leader should develop an understanding for the existing philosophy of the group before setting goals or developing plans for change. The new leader should evaluate existing policies and operations to identify what works and what does not work. Encourage group members to share their ideas and suggestions. Find out what problems or issues currently exist and work on resolving them first. Note that the timeline for introducing change in an organization depends on the organization’s effectiveness. If the new leader joins the organization during a crisis situation, he/she may need to shorten the time of evaluating the existing situation and react more quickly with a plan for change in order to put the organization back on track.
Keywords: Leadership, Goal, Vision

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