Leadership and Diversity: Catalysts for Change
There’s never been a better time to do something amazing. Within Cisco’s Digitization office (CDO) we are living this every moment and embracing this mantra as part of everything we...
Check Your Net Worth!
Making yourself vulnerable by opening up to someone from a different background is an opportunity to both educate and learn.
Power and Potential
Today I’m pleased to share our progress as documented in the Our Society section of Cisco’s 12th Annual Corporate Social Responsibility Report – Accelerating Global Problem Solving. This report...
Diversity in the IT Industry is Key to Solving Global Problems
This blog post was guest-written by Nora Ayanian, Assistant Professor and Director of the ACT Lab at USC. She’ll be guest-speaking during the “Meet the Amazing Women Using Technology to Change the World” session of the Women Rock-IT series on November 29. Diversity is crucial when solving challenging problems, whether you work with people, devices, or robots. […]
Imagine what’s possible…
What’s the impact of inclusion? What does it mean to someone who’s been left out to be welcomed in? For a 10-year old with cancer, to be able to continue attending the school she loves while getting lifesaving treatment hundreds of miles away – it means everything.
Digitization at Cisco: A One-Year Perspective
Digitization at Cisco: A One-Year Perspective By Kevin Bandy, SVP and Chief Digital Officer, Cisco As I look back at my first year as Cisco’s CDO, I am excited about...
A deeper, broader dialogue for unity
In the past few years, we have borne witness to events of immense historic significance in the fight for fair and equal treatment under the law within the United States. Undoubtedly, we all have mourned injustice and incomprehensible loss – from Ferguson to Falcon Heights to Baton Rouge – for Trayvon and Alton and Philando. […]
Our Hearts and Prayers are with Orlando
We celebrate diversity in business and life because it leads to innovation, better collaboration, and a vibrant culture where everyone feels welcomed, respected, valued, and heard. In that spirit, we stand in solidarity with the victims in Orlando, their families, friends and entire community.