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WWT Jim Kavanaugh: 10 Big Cisco, Supply Chain And M&A Bets

From partnering with Cisco and boosting World Wide Technology’s supply chain to acquisitions and hiring, here are WWT CEO Jim Kavanaugh’s 10 big bets for 2022.

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Hybrid Work For WWT Employees; ‘COVID Is Not Going To Go Away’ 

At the end of the day, I’d say what people want is they want their cake and eat it too. They want to be able to work from home. Then they want to be able to come in and have some social interaction. From my perspective, culturally, that’s what we will end up doing at World Wide Technology. We will provide that level of flexibility and autonomy and empowerment to our employees.

Just how COVID is actually playing out … it’s going to be a marathon. And I think it’s an even longer marathon than many of us expected. COVID is not going to go away. The virus is not going away. It’s something we’re going have to live with. Because of the vaccine and different protocols that have been implemented, it will subside, and it becomes something that we all just have to deal with and live with.

From my perspective, we’ve taken a lot of time to make sure that we’re staying very close to our employees. We’re communicating on a very regular basis in regard to our commitment to their safety and well-being.

So our culture and our values are more important than ever, especially when you’re going through challenging times like this in making sure that our employees know that their safety and well-being—and their employment—is our No. 1 priority. That’s one thing that I’ve communicated from day one going through this, and I’ll continue to communicate, as we slowly work ourselves into whatever that new norm is going to be.

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