Welcome to the Pressure Cooker: How Will You Perform?
Ron shares his experiece as a judge at GSX's Elevator Pitch contest - and how we can all learn something from pressure.
Living By Cisco’s Principles
At GSX Ed L. stepped on to an elevator and was reminded by a stranger just how amazing Cisco's culture is. Here is his story!
Cisco Logo Love? Yeah. It’s on My Head.
Jon shares why he loves where he works and how that lead to him shaving the Cisco logo into his head ahead of Cisco Live and then GSX.
How I Found My Cisco Family
In early June – right in the middle of Q4 – I got one of the most earth shattering phone calls that a person could receive...my mother had passed away....
Social Media for Sales
Let me start by clarifying that this has nothing to do with buying or selling on social media. I am not a fan of the phrase “social selling”. This is a summary of what I have learned in my decade as a Marketer within Sales Enablement.
Accountability for the Digital Customer Experience
Cisco dCloud is moderating the #CustomerExperience #CiscoChat on August 22nd – so we spent some time thinking about the Customer Experience and our role in it. With the advent of social media marketing, the line between “customer-facing” and “non-customer-facing” becomes increasingly blurred. Visiting a client’s office isn’t the only way to interact anymore – and […]
The eStore Vision Has Become a Reality! A Single Storefront for IT Services
Today’s blog post is by a guest author, Adel du Toit, who is currently spearheading the effort by Cisco’s internal IT organization to deliver IT-as-a-Service internally, dubbed the Cisco IT “eStore.” Recently, the eStore team took home multiple awards, you can read more about that here. (If you’re not familiar with the eStore, be sure […]
Connect, Recognize, and Motivate: Cisco’s Global Sales Experience (GSX) 2012, Part Two
This blog will dive into new approaches taken to enable peer networking and team appreciation during GSX, Cisco's annual hybrid sales event.