Technological Transformation

Tech must embrace teamwork to transform the world

Mexican employees of San Francisco-based software company Wizeline at the company's offices in the tech hub of Guadalajara.

Mexican employees of San Francisco-based software company Wizeline in the tech hub of Guadalajara Image: REUTERS/Daniel Becerril

Maciej Kranz
Vice-President, Strategic Innovation, Cisco Systems Inc.
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