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New Organizational Model in Cisco Engineering

December 6, 2007 - 0 Comments

As our Chairman and CEO John Chambers likes to say, “The only constant is change.” Change IS part of our culture. Our strategy has always been to continually examine our business and market opportunities and to align with key market transitions. Today, we announce a new organizational model in our engineering organization. The new model’s focus is to drive development of the next phase of communications technologies. The changes within the Cisco Development Organization (CDO) are designed to enhance our effectiveness and efficiency in continuing to deliver great products and solutions to the marketplace. In a press release, Chambers stated,”Cisco is entering the next phase of Internet growth and productivity centered on the demands of tremendous video growth, the revolution in the data center, and collaboration and networked Web 2.0 technologies, where the network becomes a platform for all communications and IT. The evolution of our development organization reflects our continued commitment to customer success and to successfully execute new market opportunities.”I’ve been at Cisco long enough to know that a countless amount of thought and planning went into these organizational decisions. For more flavor on the new organizational model, please view a full Q&A with EVP and Chief Development Officer Charlie Giancarlo.

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