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Jena McGregor writes a daily column analyzing leadership in the news for the Washington Post’s On Leadership section.
Is it the job of women who are public company CEOs to make statements about women’s issues?
Despite its massive size, the company has several quirks that make its leadership structure unique among tech giants.
Urban Outfitters is hardly the only company to leave customers asking, “How could that get through quality control?“
David Tovar is hardly the only high-ranking corporate manager who has lost his job for this reason.
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Indra Nooyi, the NFL and the 'responsibility' of being a female CEO wapo.st/1uiOTzi
Five things to know about Alibaba's leadership wapo.st/1mgQua8(To start: Jack Ma isn't CEO.)
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