Large, mature organizations have a lot of inertia, and that inertia is difficult to overcome except by perhaps the most charismatic individuals. I’ve rarely seen a leader dictate or bully their way to effective, positive change. Resistance is extremely likely for various reasons, and it’s not likely to be in the form of vocal mutiny. Instead, it typically appears in the form of excuses or lethargy. A waiting game is played, usually with success, until the musical chairs shift the management once again.