College presidents are chief executives too
In the New York Times Magazine, Sullivan’s allies suggested that she didn’t fit the governing board’s image of a chief executive. Sullivan’s fashion sense, which was typically academic, had apparently offended the higher-ups. During Sullivan’s performance review, she received comments that her dress was too informal. “I don’t know what the unprofessional dress was,” Sullivan told the Times. “I do live here at the university, so when I’m working out or doing something else here, people will see me.”Would the same criticism be given to a man? Here what I think over at Intuit's Fast Track blog.