WHEN IT COMES TO CAREER TRANSITIONS, women and men both can use some help. Just ask Paul Work, JD ’89, MBA ’95. After making some money in the dot-com bubble, he moved on to a position in corporate strategy/business development at McKesson in San Francisco. Then his wife was offered a prestigious position as a [...]
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Career Advice by Theresa Johnston Marriage, child rearing, transfers, promotions, and layoffs. Sooner or later, all Stanford business school graduates have to chart their career courses through transitions that can be tricky, particularly for women. PAMELA WINER GOLDBERG, MBA ’81, never will forget the phone call she received just days after her first child was [...]