Be good at the technical knowledge
Answered - System Security Specialist (Former Employee) - Bengaluru, Karnataka
Do not go in as a contractor.
Answered - Project Manager - Technical Services (Consultant) (Current Employee) - Research Triangle Park, NC
Know your stuff!
Answered - Research Engineering Manager (Former Employee) - Fulton, MD
Know your network IP protocols. ;)
Answered - Business Solution Architect (Current Employee) - Research Triangle Park, NC
Answered - Technical Project Manager (Former Employee) - Remote
Answered - Engineer III Software Engineering (Former Employee) - Research Triangle Park, NC
Be yourself to succeed.
Answered - Business Analyst (Former Employee) - Morrisville, NC
Be prepared to do more with less. Don't try to fake your way into the role.
Answered - Sr Manager Network Engineering (Former Employee) - Lawrenceville, GA
Always watch your back. Annual cuts and you should always know where you fit. Internal networking is key.
Answered - Healthcare Advisor (Current Employee) - Salt Lake City, UT
Cisco is such a ramp up learning internal processes and even acronyms, have a story showcasing your quick learning ability. Talk about how you have exerted leadership in the past and how rewarding you found it. Give examples of how you connected dots and shared your insight with your team.
Answered - Program Manager (Former Employee) - Miami, FL