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17 days ago

Account Manager

Cisco Systems, Inc. Feltham, South West England, England +2 locations

*Please note that this is not a live req and we are using this to prepare for future hiring* For years, Cisco's vision has been to change the… Cisco Systems, Inc.

12 days ago

Sales Manager - Strategic Opportunities, Service Providers

Cisco Systems, Inc. Feltham, South West England, England

Deal Orchestration – Complex & Strategic Opportunities (~80% of time spent): • Deliver incremental Sales through the pursuit, negotiation and closure… Cisco Systems, Inc.

6 days ago

Senior Java Software Engineer

Cisco Systems, Inc. London, England

Business Entity Cisco Cloud Web Security (CWS) is the leading global provider of SaaS web security. Powered by heuristics technology Outbreak… Cisco Systems, Inc.

7 days ago

Storage Product Sales Specialist, UK Enterprise

Cisco Systems, Inc. Feltham, South West England, England

This is an exciting, highly visible role to help drive CISCO’S Storage strategy and market penetration. We seek a proven storage sales professional… Cisco Systems, Inc.

30 days ago

Associate Network Consulting Engineer (Full Time) Services (UK)

Cisco Systems, Inc. Feltham, South West England, England

Cisco is always looking to identify talented people. If you are reading this posting then we may not have an open job right now, however it is highly… Cisco Systems, Inc.

24 days ago

Talent Acquisition Recruiter, EMEAR Development

Cisco Systems, Inc. London, England

The Business Entity Cisco’s Global Talent Acquisition Organization is constantly evolving to drive innovation, efficiency and attract best-in-class… Cisco Systems, Inc.

16 days ago

Pre-Sales / Government Technologist - Public Sector

Cisco Systems, Inc. Manchester, England

Cisco Public Sector UK has evolved where we now have a dynamic business which includes Technical Consulting, System Engineering and Solution… Cisco Systems, Inc.

13 days ago

Business Development Manager – Enterprise Business Group – Storage Technologies

Cisco Systems, Inc. London, England

- Storage Solutions Business Development Manager - Development and execution of business plan to accelerate the sales growth of storage solutions… Cisco Systems, Inc.

25 days ago

OpenStack DevOps Engineer - Cloud Infrastructure Services

Cisco Systems, Inc. Feltham, South West England, England

The Business Entity Managed Services and new consumption models are key to the future growth and profitability of a large part of Cisco's portfolio… Cisco Systems, Inc.

15 days ago

Business Development Manager - Sports & Entertainment

Cisco Systems, Inc. Feltham, South West England, England

As global or EMEAR partner lead for the targeted ISG partner(s), the role is responsible for: • Contractually establishing partnerships to deliver… Cisco Systems, Inc.

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    Best times are gone, but still a good company to work for

    • Comp & Benefits
    • Work/Life Balance
    • Senior Management
    • Culture & Values
    • Career Opportunities
    Former Employee - Director in London, England
    Former Employee - Director in London, England

    I worked at Cisco Systems full-time (more than 10 years)


    The old days when stock options could make you rich are gone forever, but total package is still good, in the top 50% percentile of similar ICT companies. You can get RSU (restricted stock units) as a bonus each year.
    Networking is not as "hot" as it used to be 20 years ago, but it is still an interesting area for working, in terms of innovation and market opportunities.
    Work environment is OK, similar to other large ICT companies, not heaven and not hell, but still way better than a steel factory, although not as exciting as a startup or high tech software company.


    Morale not great after many rounds of layoffs. The company needs a major shift to survive long term, which might be a threat or a great opportunity, depending on where you end up. Cisco was the Google of the 90s, now it looks more like IBM in the 90s. It is not an innovation leader anymore and market dominance is at risk.
    Many senior leaders are focused on politics and protecting their back, so the work environment is not as friendly and relaxed as it used to be. Some of the executives lack the vision, depth and personality. They can manage the "blah blah" in videos, but they fall short when it comes to real market understanding, technology vision and execution.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    The cultural shift in the last 20 years has been dramatic and not for the better. Part of it can be explained with market dynamics and makes sense, although not pretty. Unfortunately sometimes the baby was thrown with the water, while significant dirt remained and built up.
    The values and attributes that make a leader climb the ladder need to be revised significantly. Cisco needs less pretty internal propaganda slides and more solid work and sincerity.

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