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New IT leaders should generally stick to quick wins as they get the lay of the land in their first one hundred days. However, when Info-Tech Research Group interviewed IT leaders on their transitions into leadership, we discovered that in their first 100 days, certain circumstances forced these new leaders to make some long-term changes. Coverage in this note includes:

  • Situations that necessitate changes beyond quick wins.
  • Preparing the organization for long-term changes.
  • Managing the change as it takes place.
  • Setting a framework for future changes.

Make sure that you are able to effectively make long-term changes, despite the fact that you’re new to the job or the organization.

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Published: November 18, 2009
Last Revised: November 18, 2009

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