Under the leadership of CEO John Chambers, Cisco Systems has maintained its industry dominance and has become a global business powerhouse. Through insider analysis as well as extensive interviews with industry analysts, venture capitalists, and Cisco executives, customers, and competitors, this book investigates the Chambers/Cisco phenomenon in the context of the current business landscape. Readers are offered an inside look at the career, philosophy, and vision of Chambers. Beyond the exploration of key business strategies and Chambers management approach at Cisco, this story offers readers the amazing personal journey of John Chambers from salesman to CEO.Über den Autor:
JOHN K. WATERS is a Silicon Valley-based journalist and author who has been covering the high-tech beat for more than a decade. His work has appeared in the San Francisco Examiner, the Business Journal, San Jose Magazine, Business-to-Business Network, Java Report, Application Development Trends, Software Magazine, ITworld, and Fortune magazine's eBusiness Web site. Waters is the author of more than a dozen books, including The Everything Computer Book, Silicon Valley: Inventing the Future (with Jean Dietz Sexton), and Selling for People Who Hate to Sell (with Brigid Massie). He also co-scripted the documentary film Silicon Valley: A 100 Year Renaissance (with John McLaughlin and Ward Winslow), which was narrated by Walter Cronkite and aired on PBS for the first time in 1998.
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