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20 days ago

Sr. Software Engineer

Cisco Systems, Inc. San Jose, CA

•Develop and deliver features for all areas of the product i.e. from UI to backend. •Develop and deliver features on time and with quality… Cisco Systems, Inc.

13 days ago

Senior Database Engineer

Cisco Systems, Inc. San Jose, CA

The Business Entity The Security Cloud organization (SCO) is shaping the next generation of Cloud Security through cutting-edge solutions to provide… Cisco Systems, Inc.

6 days ago

Security Software Engineer III

Cisco Systems, Inc. San Jose, CA

For years, Cisco's vision has been to change the way the world works, lives, plays, and learns. Our vision is more relevant today than ever. We made… Cisco Systems, Inc.

27 days ago

OpenStack: Software Development Engineer

Cisco Systems, Inc. San Jose, CA

OpenStack@Cisco is an emerging initiative at Cisco focused on working with the OpenStack community to create game changing open source cloud… Cisco Systems, Inc.

11 days ago

Manager.Component Engineering

Cisco Systems, Inc. San Jose, CA

Component Engineering’s Vision is to Provide Best-in-Class Component… in manufacturing technology, test and component engineering, NPI, and closed… Cisco Systems, Inc.

7 days ago

Senior Software Engineer, OpenStack

Cisco Systems, Inc. San Jose, CA

engineers to have a wide-ranging impact on our organization’s products, services, and architecture. As a member of our… Cisco Systems, Inc.

3 hrs ago

Web Services Software Engineer – new

Cisco Systems, Inc. San Jose, CA

collaborate as part of a disruptive software engineering team that is… Cisco Systems, Inc.

3 days ago

Manager Software Engineering

Cisco Systems, Inc. San Jose, CA

within Cisco with Cisco Identity Services Engine (ISE), Cisco Secure ACS, Cisco NAC, Cisco Enterprise Policy Manager and Policy… Cisco Systems, Inc.

9 days ago

Techincal Marketing Engineer

Cisco Systems, Inc. San Jose, CA

are below: - Build strong relationship with partners and key systems integrators to foster the communication and relation between the different… Cisco Systems, Inc.

2 days ago

Software Engineer IV – new

Cisco Systems, Inc. San Jose, CA

The Sr. Softare Engineer will be responsible for the technical aspect… project team of engineers involved in support/development of software, that… Cisco Systems, Inc.

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    Great Work Life Balance. There is a good bit of independence given to employees to develop their space. Most managers are not into micro-management and there is opportunity for job rotation so that people do not get stagnated doing the same thing over and over. Works through consensus building and allows grass root proposals to move for action. Moves decisively, once decisions are made but decision making is a long drawn out process. Margins are still rather high even though the revenue growth has stagnated.


    The size of Cisco does not allow it to be nimble. Decision making requires many layers of socialization and corporate politics becomes a barrier to being able to be nimble. So instead of figuring out how to do the next big thing, there are many many hours wasted on agreeing on what is the next big thing. Unnecessary complexity is built into the working of the company and finding the right point of contact to get a question answered is a feat in itself. There is also a sense of people taking no accountability for the business outcomes and only for their own tasks. Lately, the organization has become a bit risk averse - so big bold moves are very difficult to make. Promotion, recognition and growth at the lower levels are based on performance but as we move into middle and upper management, it is very obvious that it is handed to people who know the movers and shakers.

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