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10 days ago

Client Director - Barclays

Cisco Systems, Inc. London, England

Cisco seeks a Client Director for Barclays Bank Plc. This position requires a strong aptitude for identifying customer business needs and for… Cisco Systems, Inc.


18 hrs ago

DevOps Engineer – new

Cisco Systems, Inc. London, England

Cisco Cloud Web Security, part of Cisco’s cloud security product range is the leading global provider of SaaS web security. We scan in excess of… Cisco Systems, Inc.


23 days ago

Technical Leader - DevOps Engineering

Cisco Systems, Inc. London, England

Cisco Cloud Web Security is the leading global provider of SaaS web security. We scan in excess of 30 billion web requests a week in the cloud, with… Cisco Systems, Inc.


18 days ago

Partner Account Manager

Cisco Systems, Inc. London, England

For years, Cisco's vision has been to change the way the world works, lives, plays, and learns. Our vision is more relevant today than ever. We made… Cisco Systems, Inc.


13 days ago

Strategic Bid Manager

Cisco Systems, Inc. London, England

¬ Government and National Security Operation – DCNS and ESN Strategic Bids A Bid Manager is required in GNS to lead two major bids for high profile… Cisco Systems, Inc.


18 hrs ago

Consulting Systems Engineer – new

Cisco Systems, Inc. London, England

Cisco's UK Service Provider team is seeking a Systems Engineer that is interested in supporting the unique requirements of Service Providers in the… Cisco Systems, Inc.


25 days ago

Lead Engineer / Architect - Software Development

Cisco Systems, Inc. London, England

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


18 hrs ago

Sales Account Manager – new

Cisco Systems, Inc. London, England

● Build and manage a pipeline and continually generate new opportunities within the Major Accounts space ● Conduct online sales presentations and… Cisco Systems, Inc.


13 days ago

Consulting Systems Engineer - Contact Centre

Cisco Systems, Inc. London, England

For years, Cisco's vision has been to change the way the world works, lives, plays, and learns. Our vision is more relevant today than ever. We made… Cisco Systems, Inc.


25 days ago

Technical Trainer

Cisco Systems, Inc. London, England

Cisco Meraki is seeking an entrepreneurial Partner Technical Trainer to help build technical capacity among top reseller partner organizations… Cisco Systems, Inc.


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    Terrible management

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    Former Employee - Software Engineer III  in  London, England
    Former Employee - Software Engineer III in London, England

    I worked at Cisco Systems full-time for more than a year

    Pros

    Lots of resources to work on projects, comfortable working environment, and you get to work on products that are used at scale by a lot of people.

    Cons

    Management is a disaster, incompetence is rife, and you always know that your product is being run into the ground with executive management thinking about when, not if, they are going to cancel it. Cisco is a machine for extracting value from acquisitions: it buys companies and then strip-mines them. Good people leave to find better jobs and the people who can't find better jobs are promoted based on tenure rather than ability. Every Cisco office starts out decent and gets progressively worse. There's a running joke that if you're ever handed a brief for a new product then you should quit and start your own company to build it, because Cisco will buy your company for a lot more than they would have paid you and you'll get to take all the good people (and only the good people) with you. Don't look for career advancement here; if you don't enter the company as executive management then you are an expense to be reduced.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Stop treating BUs like sealed units and start aggressively auditing them for clusters of incompetent managers who give each other glowing performance reviews.

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