We have a not-so-hidden treasure at Cisco. His name is Inder Sidhu and he’s an amazing executive. He is Cisco’s Senior Vice President of Strategy and Planning for Worldwide Operations but more importantly, he’s a communicator interested in sharing the secrets he’s learned in business with us.
His work has been recognized business leaders and business school leaders who recommend Inder and his advice as essential for anyone who is looking at business in a strategic, thoughtful way. His book is called “Doing Both” because he believes you don’t have to choose a single path.
Inder has recorded a series of WebEx recordings that run 15-minutes or less and can be viewed at your leisure. This is your chance to get first hand advice from an industry leader. Here’s what we have so far:
How to Get Beyond False Choices
Challenging conventional wisdom, and drawing on the experiences of private enterprise and public sector alike, Inder will illustrate how the key to decision-making and business success is “doing both” – taking on two seemingly opposing activities and leveraging each for the benefit of the other. Learn how UK Prime Minister David Cameron, NetFlix CEO Reed Hastings, and even the trapped Chilean miners found success by doing both.
Profiles in Doing Both: Mike Yurosek, Father of the Baby Carrot
Can carrots help shape your business strategy? In this recording, Inder reveals how one California farmer’s innovation changed the carrot industry forever. By simply rethinking the packaging of this once-neglected vegetable, he created an agricultural revolution. Learn how he uncovered unexpected insights into management best practices.
The Millennials: Your Guides to the Future
Millennials, born between 1982 and 2000, will soon account for half of the U.S. workforce. They have a unique skill set that smart employers will leverage immediately. Inder chats with Millennials and Cisco employees Andrew Phillips and Greg Justice (more commonly known as The World’s Most Interesting Intern) about the opportunities afforded them by Cisco and about the contributions they’ve made to the company.
You don’t have to be a WebEx customer to access these, or any of the recordings at Together@WebEx. The recordings will run on any computer but aren’t yet viewable via our mobile apps.
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