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The networked generation

Author: John ChambersPaul MarcaStanford Alumni Association.Stanford Video Media Group.Kantola Productions.All authors
Publisher: [Stanford, Calif.] : Stanford Video ; Mill Valley, CA : Kantola Productions [distributor], ©1997.
Series: Stanford CEO forum video series.; Stanford executive briefings (Unnumbered)
Edition/Format:   VHS video : VHS tape   Visual material : English
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John T. Chambers, president and CEO, Cisco Systems, Inc., shares why he believes networking is the most significant generation of the computer revolution, with wide-ranging implications for how people work, live and play. Networking will be the biggest productivity goal for businesses worldwide in the next decade, and companies are just now beginning to realize this. He discusses examples of how leading-edge  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Filmed lectures
Material Type: Videorecording
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: John Chambers; Paul Marca; Stanford Alumni Association.; Stanford Video Media Group.; Kantola Productions.; Stanford Center for Professional Development.
OCLC Number: 41587433
Notes: Production services provided by Stanford Center for Professional Development. Copyright held by Stanford Alumni Association.
Credits: Executive producer, Catherine O'Brien.
Event notes: Record at Stanford University on July 16, 1997.
Description: 1 videocassette (57:30) : sd., col. ; 1/2 in.
Details: VHS.
Series Title: Stanford CEO forum video series.; Stanford executive briefings (Unnumbered)
Responsibility: Stanford Alumni Association ; John Chambers [lecturer] ; a production of the Stanford Video Media Group ; producer, Paul Marca.

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John T. Chambers, president and CEO, Cisco Systems, Inc., shares why he believes networking is the most significant generation of the computer revolution, with wide-ranging implications for how people work, live and play. Networking will be the biggest productivity goal for businesses worldwide in the next decade, and companies are just now beginning to realize this. He discusses examples of how leading-edge companies in a variety of industries, including Cisco, are using networking for competitive advantage in the marketplace. In a question-and-answer session, he discusses the three most critical issues Cisco faces today, the give and take of partnering with possible competitors and the necessary losses that allow for growth.

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