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Women: School rules don’t apply to work 

January 23 2013

Schools teach children not to be disruptive in school. Girls are more likely to follow these instructions, but they shouldn’t carry over those lessons as women in the business world, Whitney Johnson and Tara Mohr write in Harvard Business Review. Women are far less likely to get chief executive jobs, even as the number of qualified female professionals continues to rise. Shed those grammar-school guidelines if you want to succeed, Johnson and Mohr write.

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