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The Boss Is In A new face in the corner office always means new questions, perspectives and opportunities.
IN THE COURSE OF MY working life -- and that goes back to shagging balls as a kid -- I've had bosses of every stripe, ranging from full-speed entrepreneurs, to go-slow rake leaners, to corporate chess masters; they've included bullies, beauties, brainstormers and beanballers, clock-watchers, clock cleaners, powers and cowards. There were lessons to be learned from them all. Recent events have caused two to stand out from that long parade of characters. One, a woman, was smart, able and courageous. And still is.