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Mary Cunningham

  • If people are worried about unfair advancement, they should look at the sons-in-law of the world running companies. They've truly slept their way to the top.

    • Mary Cunningham,
    • 1980, in Bob Chieger, Was It Good for You, Too? ()
  • In Business School they taught us about cash flow, not about corporate politics; about return on equity, not about egos and pride. Oh, there were optional courses on 'Organizational Behavior' and 'Managerial Skills,' but these were a little too bloodless to convey what I learned on the job.

    • Mary Cunningham,
    • with Fran Schumer, Powerplay ()
  • If you look at what is currently being highlighted as the ultimate managerial style — the secret for management in the late eighties and early nineties — most management seminars will continually put up the Japanese as an example. Japanese managerial style is all about the very skills and qualities that have been traditionally described as feminine. The Japanese are personified motivators. They are into participatory style ... not into aggressive-dictatorial style, which is typically addressed as masculine. They are listeners. Empathizers. These are all the qualities that have historically been described as feminine. And they also, ironically enough, are what are being described now as Japanese. Heaven forbid they should be described as feminine!

    • Mary Cunningham,
    • in Sherry Suib Cohen, Tender Power ()

Mary Cunningham, U.S. business executive, writer

(1951)

Full name: Mary Cunningham Agee.