CSR best practices
The Digital Readiness Index: transforming economies through technology
Understanding a country’s digital readiness helps give insight to what specific investments or interventions could help a country move up in their digital journey, creating jobs and increasing quality of life for residents.
How a nonprofit partner in education uses tech to bring educational content to those without the internet
According to the World Economic Forum, more than four billion people lack access to the internet. At the same time, Open Educational Resources (OER) are changing the way people learn by offering free opportunities to anyone with an internet connection.
Connecting the dots from skills to careers: Inside Cisco’s Networking Academy
Access to opportunity can change lives and change communities. Cisco Networking Academy partners with educators, governments, and employers to bring global and inclusive access to digital skills to millions of people. Here are some of their stories.
How a nonprofit partner in economic empowerment provides tech training to survivors of human trafficking
AnnieCannons is a nonprofit whose mission is to help women break the cycle of exploitation by providing skills training, hands-on work experience, income opportunities, and a supportive work environment.
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.
Tae Yoo, Cisco’s Senior Vice President, Corporate Affairs on Cisco’s CSR Philosophy
In this excerpt from our recent CSR report, Tae Yoo decribes Cisco’s CSR and social impact philosophy
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.
Staying Hopeful and Supporting Education for All
Jemy Kannan shares a story of the lessons she learned joining her daughter's school on a volunteering trip to Cambodia.