What Cisco's CEO learned from a "near-death experience"

08/3/2009 | NYTimes.com

Companies have to undergo a "near-death experience" before they can really reach their potential, says Cisco Systems CEO John T. Chambers, citing a lesson he learned from Jack Welch. Chambers shares tips for keeping cool during a crisis, as well as instilling a corporate culture of candid, open communication.

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