How we take our culture to the next level with Conscious Culture
A company’s culture can be its greatest asset. Unfortunately, you don’t have to look far to find companies where culture isn’t working. Read on to find out how Conscious Culture is helping Cisco reinforce our values and behaviors.
CSR At Cisco: A Message from CEO Chuck Robbins
Cisco CEO Chuck Robbins explains how corporate social responsibility connects to Cisco’s overall business strategy.
Beyond edtech: Success in the classroom of the future starts with breakfast—and lunch, and dinner
School buses are on the move. Excitement and anxiety are high—and easy to see. What’s less visible: one in seven of these student passengers doesn’t get enough to eat.
Our Commitment to Address Homelessness in Rome
We are proud to announce a Housing First pilot in Rome with Comunità di Sant'Egidio, an organization that has addressed poverty in Italy and around the world for 50 years.
Our Commitment to End Homelessness in Santa Clara County
Cisco announces a five-year, $50 million commitment to Destination: Home, a San Jose-based public-private partnership that provides permanent housing to homeless people, thereby changing the trajectory of their lives.
Fueling Mexico’s Economic Transformation
Reaffirming Cisco’s commitment to Mexico, by accelerating digitization through investments in education, healthcare, security, infrastructure and the Internet of Things.
Building Blocks for an Innovation Disruption (Part 2)
Thomas Edison once said, “Genius is one percent inspiration and 99 percent perspiration.” Yet even today, when there’s never been a better time to innovate, many still believe that all you need is the next brilliant idea to disrupt markets. Wrong. In today’s digital world, innovation takes as much perspiration, preparation and process as ever. […]
Collaboration at CLUS, Day 1: Keynote, Innovation, Social Good
And we’re off! With 28,000 people attending in via three locations in Las Vegas and nearly 100,000 tuned to the online broadcast, Chuck Robbins had the attention of a lot of people today. No need for a gradual start -- although Robbins did question the wisdom of morning keynotes (especially in Las Vegas).