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That night, her husband asked her, “Do you think a man would have ever answered that question that way?”
“What it taught me was you have to be very confident, even though you’re so self-critical inside about what it is you may or may not know,” she said at Fortune’s Most Powerful Women Summit this month. “And that, to me, leads to taking risks.”
Her 30-year ascent through the ranks at I.B.M. happened during an era in which women entered corporate America in droves — with some of them, including Ms. Rometty, climbing their way to the top.
“The age group of women becoming C.E.O.’s started their careers in the early ’80s, when the huge tsunami of women were really building professional lives,” said Ilene H. Lang, chief executive of Catalyst, a research firm on women and business. Yet the fact that Ms. Rometty’s gender remains newsworthy also exposes the lengths that businesses still need to go to before women who invest their careers in companies have a shot at the corner office, or even equal representation."
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