Women in Computing


Subject: Women in Computing
Date: Mon, 24 Nov 1997 17:03:46 -0500 (EST)

Women in Computing


[NewJour editor's note: This publication ceased operations after its first
two issues, however those two issues are available online at the above

The Women in Computing Newsletter is a monthly publication of The
McGraw-Hill Companies that brings you realistic advice from women who are
meeting those challenges. In addition to reports on such topics as salary
negotiations and office politics, we provide first-person accounts from
women who are succeeding.

And we regularly feature a list of "Comings and Goings"--promotions and
company changes among women in IS. It's a publication in which women are
helping women. In the world of IS, you need every bit of help you can get.

We're sure you'll agree that the Women in Computing newsletter will give
you the edge you need. After you sample our first two issues, we're sure
you'll want to join other top IS women and subscribe.


Premiere Issue!

Cover Story: Mentoring: When You Outgrow Your Mentor

Legal Currents: What You Now Need to Know about Affirmative Action

Inside Perspective I: Handling a Crisis with Grace

Inside Perspective II: What Happens When You Are the Boss of Older

Decisions: The Art of Objective Decision-Making

Selling a Project? Focus on Business Results--Not Technology

First Person: Throwing the Baby Out with the Bathwater By Nina G. Lytton

Comings and Goings
The Best & Worst Advice I've Ever Received



Original posting date: 
Monday, December 8, 1997
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