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Raymond D. Zinn

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Micrel , Inc.

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Micrel , Inc.

2180 Fortune Dr.

San Jose, California,95131

United States

Company Description

Micrel, Incorporated is a leading global manufacturer of IC solutions for the worldwide analog, Ethernet and high-bandwidth markets. The Company's products include advanced mixed-signal, analog and power semiconductors; high-performance communication, clock ma... more.

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Ray Zinn: Lessons from a Leader
Ray Zinn, who has scores of experience on both sides of this equation, weighs in with which way he thinks is best. [...] The question I asked Ray Zinn in our weekly chat, is whether this content is warranted, or whether it's electronics looking for a home, whether it's a good fit or not. Ray has a fair amount of [...] In our weekly chat, I asked Ray Zinn what he thought was the best thing that happened in our industry, and also the worst thing that happened in our industry this year. Ray Zinn, who ran Micrel for 37 years, has lots of great advice for these folks, which he dispenses in our weekly chat. [youtube=https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tt-4tDHbWQo&w=560&h=315] In our weekly discussion, I asked Ray Zinn that question. In his 37 years [...] I asked that question of Ray Zinn, who employed thousands of [...] While there are so many things to debate with respect to his candidacy, I asked Ray Zinn on our weekly call what effect that would have on our domestic electronics and semiconductor industries. Ray wasn't short on opinions, so hear what he [...] I discussed this topic with Ray Zinn, the longtime former CEO of Micrel. Having been acquired himself by [...] That's the question I posed to Ray Zinn, Micrel's long-time CEO, in [...] In our weekly call, I asked Ray Zinn, Micrel's long-time CEO, what someone should do if put in this sticky situation. [...] Ray Zinn, the longtime CEO of Micrel, and our weekly guest, started his own version of Kickstarter, aptly named ZinnStarter. He offered up some seed money to college students and they are expected to take the money [...] I asked Ray Zinn, in our weekly call, what sort of standard he held himself to and what he [...] In our weekly discussion, Ray Zinn and I discussed this topic. Ray was the perfect person to have this discussion, as he had been around the block more [...] I posed that question to Ray Zinn, who stood at the helm of one of those public companies for multiple decades. [youtube=https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q16X9q9Q25g&w=529&h=472] I asked Ray Zinn, who was at the helm [...]


People Archive - Embedded Computing Design

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Ray Zinn: Lessons from a Leader
While there are so many things to debate with respect to his candidacy, I asked Ray Zinn on our weekly call what effect that would have on our domestic electronics and semiconductor industries. Ray wasn't short on opinions, so hear what he [...] I discussed this topic with Ray Zinn, the longtime former CEO of Micrel. Having been acquired himself by [...] That's the question I posed to Ray Zinn, Micrel's long-time CEO, in [...] In our weekly call, I asked Ray Zinn, Micrel's long-time CEO, what someone should do if put in this sticky situation. [...] Ray Zinn, the longtime CEO of Micrel, and our weekly guest, started his own version of Kickstarter, aptly named ZinnStarter. He offered up some seed money to college students and they are expected to take the money [...] I asked Ray Zinn, in our weekly call, what sort of standard he held himself to and what he [...] In our weekly discussion, Ray Zinn and I discussed this topic. Ray was the perfect person to have this discussion, as he had been around the block more [...] I posed that question to Ray Zinn, who stood at the helm of one of those public companies for multiple decades. [youtube=https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q16X9q9Q25g&w=529&h=472] I asked Ray Zinn, who was at the helm [...] I asked Ray Zinn in his weekly spot if there were any realities behind these perceptions. [youtube=https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YB4iEsTL5EM&w=529&h=472] That's the question that Ray Zinn, the former longtime CEO of Micrel, and I [...] In this week's regular segment with Ray Zinn, the former longtime CEO of Micrel, we talked about consolidation in our industry. It's a phenomenon that seems to be running rampant of late. I asked Ray whether he thought that was a good, a bad thing, or a thing that really didn't matter all that much. [...] Ray Zinn, as the former longtime CEO of Micrel, tells the truth. At least that's what he says, and frankly, I tend to believe him. Ray Zinn, as the former longtime CEO of Micrel, is a big believer in owning a fab as a semiconductor company, as opposed to being fabless, which is the new trend. Part of the reason has to do with security, but Ray, as he addresses in his weekly spot, has lots of other reasons, too. [...] My question for Ray Zinn, the former longtime CEO of Micrel, in his weekly spot was whether he saw value in sending his folks to these events. Frankly, his response caught [...] I discussed this topic with Ray Zinn, the former [...] That's the key question I posed to Ray Zinn, the former CEO of Micrel, in his weekly spot. Ray had dealings on a global basis in his 37 years [...]


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Tough Things First: Leadership Lessons - Ray Zinn
Tough Things First: Zinn tells you what it takes to succeed in a world where markets are constantly changing, new technologies are emerging and small startups are going head to head with industry giants. How to connect your mind, body and soul to get the job done. • Find your vision, set your goals, and make them happen • Build your business like you'd train your body: with heart, soul, mind, and passion • Master the psychological disciplines that will sharpen your focus and drive • Create a corporate culture that engages employees and inspires confidence • Put people first and push them to achieve their personal best • Tackle the tough jobs today?and ensure your success tomorrow. In addition to his legendary career in Silicon Valley, Ray is best known for creating and selling the first Wafer Stepper (an industry standard piece of semiconductor manufacturing equipment), and for co-founding semiconductor company, Micrel (acquired by Microchip in 2015), which provides essential components for smartphones, consumer electronics and enterprise networks. So, from smart watches to drone technology and how the microchip has evolved-for better or for worse-he can also discuss how America now ranks 12th among industrialized nations for startups. Economics and public policy have stacked the deck against people who might otherwise start new businesses and bring new innovations to market. Being an "entrepreneur" for many has been redefined as subcontracting to Uber. Zinn can discuss: Raymond D. "Ray" Zinn is an inventor, entrepreneur, and the longest serving CEO of a publicly traded company in Silicon Valley. He is best known for creating and selling the first Wafer Stepper (an industry standard piece of semiconductor manufacturing equipment), and for co-founding semiconductor company, Micrel (acquired by Microchip in 2015), which provides essential components for smartphones, consumer electronics and enterprise networks. He served as Chief Executive Officer, Chairman of its Board of Directors and President since Micrel's inception in 1978 until his retirement in August 2015. Zinn's philosophy on people, servant leadership, humanistic management and the ethics of corporate culture are credited with Micrel's nearly unbroken profitability. Zinn also holds over 20 patents for semiconductor design. A proud great-grandfather, he is actively-retired and mentoring entrepreneurs. More info can be found on Zinn's social media pages: Linked In (https://www.linkedin.com/in/rayzinn) and Twitter (https://twitter.com/Ray_Zinn_) and at ToughThingsFirst.com. The precise recipe for success may change ? for example, my 32-year-old company, Cypress Semiconductor, used venture funding, while Zinn preached and achieved financial independence ? but Zinn shows how startups must have and truly practice their core values to succeed." -T.J. Rodgers, President & CEO, Cypress Semiconductor Corp "Ray Zinn has chronicled the discipline, the cultural foundation blocks and the tough decisions required of a successful start-up. Ray explains how, "discipline defines success" under his four principles: Focus, Short Time Frames, Frugality and Being the Best." -Michael Shepherd, President and CEO, Bank of the West "Ray Zinn's journey is not only a genuine Silicon Valley success story but also a remarkable life story from which nearly anyone can draw important lessons. In Tough Things First, Ray explores not only the "how-to" aspects of building a company but also the mindset and character traits ? discipline, intense focus and attention to detail ? needed for lasting entrepreneurial success. Most importantly, in an era when success is too often defined by publicity, speedy "exits" and financial windfalls, Ray reminds us that the fulfillment of building a thriving, enduring enterprise is the reward that a true entrepreneur seeks." "If you stitch Ray Zinn's life together and look at what he's achieved, despite the odds or the skepticism or the impediments that have been presented - doing a start-up business [without venture capital], his sudden vision impairment, the ups and downs of our industry.


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