Ellen Moran never saw herself as a person who'd do business on a golf course. In fact, she never envisioned herself as a golfer, period. "I have no athletic abilities," she says. "I thought the game was stupid. And my husband thought the game was stupid." That was three years ago, before she became executive vice president and general manager of Bozell Omaha, a $53 million advertising agency and part of the nationwide Bozell Group. "My mentor and predecessor wanted me to play," she says. ...

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