WOMEN BEAT THE CORPORATE GAME They have learned to pattern their lives on those of careerist men and fix an unblinking eye on the prize. But they succeed by being themselves -- not guys in dresses

Williams, Monci Jo; Berlin, Rosalind Klein
September 1988
Fortune;9/12/1988, Vol. 118 Issue 6, p128
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