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Cisco Inclusive Future Strategy: Technology Impact for People, Society, Planet, and Social Justice

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Cisco Inclusive Future Strategy: Technology Impact for People, Society, Planet, and Social Justice
Published: March 30, 2021 Content info: 16 Pages
Description

This IDC Vendor Profile is an overview of the multitude of programs and organizations that Cisco has in place as part of its overall corporate social impact agenda. Cisco has long had a strong corporate point of view in improving the experiences of its employees and communities and its impact on the environment.

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Product Code: US47564021

IDC Opinion

In This Vendor Profile

Situation Overview

  • Putting Consciousness in Cisco's Culture
  • Company Overview
  • Company Strategy
    • People: Full-Spectrum Diversity and a Refocus on Social Justice
      • Taking a Stand for Social Justice
      • Cisco's Anti-Racism Action Plan
      • Establishing Cultural Competency at Cisco
      • Digital Disruption of D&I: Data and Information in Real Time at the Point of Decision and Diverse Talent Accelerators
      • Foundational D&I Programs at Cisco
    • Society: How Cisco's People Deal Builds a Bridge to Corporate Social Responsibility
      • Building a Next-Generation Digital Economy Workforce
      • Strategic Social Investments
      • Human Rights and the Impact of Unintended Consequences
      • Supporting Governments and Countries
    • Planet: A Focus on Environmental Sustainability
      • Supply Chain
      • Circular Economy
      • Goals and Achievements
      • FY20 Sustainability Achievements
      • Measurement Processes, Partnerships, and Reporting
      • Cisco's Sustainability Efforts Across the Globe

Future Outlook

Essential Guidance

  • Advice for Cisco

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