Catapult yourself into the next level of leadership with author Dushyant Sukhija's groundbreaking new book, The Cisco Way.
After fourteen years at Cisco, all in leadership roles, Silicon Valley executive Dushyant has compiled a guide that answers one of the most pressing questions facing today's business leaders: how can I navigate the transformation to a services-led business to stay relevant in my market?
Whether you're a CEO with a burning desire to take your company that extra mile or a CIO looking to revitalize a Fortune 500 company, get ready to learn the secrets that transformed Cisco from a product company into one of the leading global organizations of its time.
Through clear, real-world examples and nine easy-to-read steps, you'll learn the winning strategies and frameworks that have resulted in Cisco's phenomenal success. More importantly, you'll discover how to apply these concepts to your own businesses in order to achieve the results you crave.
Take the first step toward unparalleled success with this comprehensive blueprint for corporations of every size and shape, written by someone who has experienced firsthand the power of exceptional leadership.
Dushyant Sukhija immigrated to the United States with a degree in electrical engineering from the Indian Institute of Technology, four hundred dollars, and the drive to make a mark on the world. While earning an MBA with honors from Santa Clara University, California, he worked at Hewlett-Packard before moving to Cisco. There, he held several senior executive positions, including owning and operating profit and loss responsibilities. Dushyant and his teams helped transform more than sixty-five telecommunication service providers and enterprise networks across 142 countries, impacting 1.9 billion subscribers and users. As a Silicon Valley and Cisco thought leader and insider, Dushyant has spoken at several prestigious industry and leadership forums. During his fourteen years at the company, Dushyant was also a member of the Cisco Service Provider Services Board, the Cisco Service Provider Business Council, and one of the key stakeholders and senior services executives who helped form the company's services strategy.