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Ciscos John Morgridge Speaks on How Wisconsin can Develop Successful Technology Clusters

Share information with your competitors? Job hop? Both might be counter-intuitive for Wisconsin technology professionals and managers, but both behavioral patterns might be critical to the success of high-tech industry in Wisconsin, according to one industry guru.

Wisconsin expatriate John Morgridge, Chairman of San Jose-based Cisco Systems
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Culture Clash

Apart from physical concentration, cluster development requires a culture that is more often associated with California than Wisconsin, Morgridge said. The workers in Silicon Valley's work force are intolerant of hierarchical structures and change jobs often, carrying ideas and expertise from one employer to the next. Information is exchanged at the top of the......

Full article >>> preneurial culture issue and one factor Morgridge said is key to cluster development -- at may be lacking in Wisconsin as well.

Morgridge said growth requires "a high premium in the work force for taking risk for a generous reward. A good stock market, the use of options are all part of the fundamental business model in Silicon Valley."

The presence of venture capital is also vit......

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