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3 days ago

Sales Account Manager - Service Provider – new

Cisco Systems, Inc. Denver, CO

The Business Entity At Cisco, our strategy has empowered dozens of Global Service Providers to capture the many growth opportunities made possible by… Cisco Systems, Inc.


16 hrs ago

Wireless Network Consulting Engineer – new

Cisco Systems, Inc. Denver, CO

The Business Entity The Cisco Advanced Services Mobility Team provides the expertise to globally enable solutions that remove barriers to the… Cisco Systems, Inc.


6 days ago

Technical Writer

Cisco Systems, Inc. Denver, CO

Technical Writers for the Mobility Business Group increase customer and business value through the effective execution of the following… Cisco Systems, Inc.


7 days ago

Service Delivery Manager

Cisco Systems, Inc. Denver, CO

● Lead global service delivery experience to the customer - single point of ownership and accountability for all customer service delivery related… Cisco Systems, Inc.


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Cisco Systems CEO Chuck Robbins
Chuck Robbins
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    Current Employee - Technical Marketing Manager in Boulder, CO
    Current Employee - Technical Marketing Manager in Boulder, CO

    I have been working at Cisco Systems full-time (More than 5 years)

    Recommends
    Neutral Outlook
    Disapproves of CEO
    Recommends
    Neutral Outlook
    Disapproves of CEO

    Pros

    I ended up with a disability that took me out of the work force. Cisco was better to me during this process than any other company I have heard of. They very much value taking care of their employees even to the point past where most companies would bother. Remote worker capabilities are best of breed.

    Cons

    The company has begun to stagnate on innovation and nearly isolated itself from all but core router business. Leadership has become significantly more conservative over recent years.

    Advice to Management

    Take more realistic chances. You ran away scared when the consumer business got targetted (due to the terrible management from Flip execs) by the analyst sector. But when you cut that entire business line nothing changed for your bottom line and the consumer division had finally become profitable again when you cut ties. Then you wouldn't sell off those patents even though you've not used them in future products. At the same time, stop taking unrealistic chances. Things like a tablet that was priced 3-4x equal product in the market with no roadmap for Android upgrades are never going to fly. Cius needed to either be run by the consumer group or never have gotten past the initial stage. Lastly, If you want the stock to improve then start showing how much you are able to keep up with the new software switching market. I know you've got stuff in the works. It needs to come out sooner and in a BIG way. The stock has been nearly static compared to others (which is good when things go down, but it never goes up as much as others do). Right now you're seen resting on your core business and people are envisioning a time when that core business is obsolete. You can do it. I definitely want to see things succeed.


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