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Dumas also knew that something else was expected of her. One of her biggest challenges was her management-style mismatch with the chairman. He was a broadbrush, big-picture thinker, who frequently accused her of excessive attention to detail. Dumas was adamant that she wasn't going to follow his lead and, as she put it, favor "Form over substance." Anne Dumas, it turns out, is anything but an isolated case. Aspiring leaders, whether men or women, have to move on from the brilliant strategic analyses and rigorous implementation plans that brought them success in the past.
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