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Raymond D. Zinn

Chief Executive Officer

Micrel , Inc.

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Micrel , Inc.

2180 Fortune Dr.

San Jose, California,95131

United States

Company Description

Micrel, Inc. is a leading global manufacturer of IC solutions for the worldwide high-performance linear and power, LAN, and timing and communications markets. The Company's products include advanced mixed-signal, analog and power semiconductors; high performan...more

Background Information

Employment History

Chief Executive Officer

Embedded Linux Consortium


Affiliations

American City Business Journals , Inc.

Board Member


College of Business at San Jose State University

Chairman of The International Advisory Committee


Education

B.S.

Industrial Management

Brigham Young University


Bachelor

BYU


M.S.

Business Administration

San Jose State University


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People Archive (pg. 3) - Embedded Computing Design

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Ray Zinn: Lessons from a Leader
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 [...] That's a good question, and one that I asked of someone who made that technology available, Ray Zinn, the former CEO of Micrel, in his weekly spot. [youtube=https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7Q1JwZDx_1Q&w=529&h=472] In this week's interview with Ray Zinn, longtime CEO of Micrel, [...] Since retiring from Micrel, after 37 years at the helm, Ray Zinn is now an investor. In his bird's eye view, he gets more than his share of folks approaching him looking for funds. As Micrel's long-time CEO, Ray Zinn sold hardware. And when [...] I asked Ray Zinn, Micrel's Founder and former CEO [...] In my weekly discussion with Ray Zinn, Micrel's Founder and former CEO, we discussed what the company did, and [...] Ray Zinn, former Founder and CEO of Micrel, has been around for a while and has seem=n more than his share of game-changing inventions. So I asked him what he thought was actually the greatest invention(s) of his lifetime. See if you agree. [youtube=https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tqVC5rUIWMU&w=529&h=472] Ray Zinn, former Founder and CEO of Micrel, and I discussed the Internet of Things (IoT) in this week's segment. Ray Zinn: Must a successful CEO have a big ego In my experience, just about every CEO has a large ego. But is it necessary? In fact, is it helpful? Those are the questions I asked Ray Zinn, the former longtime CEO of Micrel. He claimed to not have a big ego, and from what I know about him, that's an accurate description. Hear his [...] Ray Zinn: Promoting from within vs. looking outside the company Over 37 years, Ray Zinn, author of Tough Things First and former Micrel Founder and CEO, had more than his share of experience promoting people. Ray Zinn: What's it like when the suitors come calling? I would think that when somebody calls you to say that they want to buy your company, that would be reason to celebrate. But that's not necessarily case, according to Ray Zinn, author of Tough Things First and former Micrel Founder and CEO. And he should know, as he was in that exact position on [...] In this week's weekly spot with Ray Zinn, former Founder and CEO of Micrel, we talked about one of the biggest names and certainly most respected people in our industry, Andy Grove. Ray Zinn: Build a company because it's your passion and not for the money Many people want to start their own company for one reason-to get rich. But according to Ray Zinn, author of Tough Things First and former Micrel Founder and CEO, that's clearly the wrong reason. Ray Zinn: Which presidential candidate is best for high tech? Ray Zinn: Recover from your mistakes, or else In this week's spot with Ray Zinn, former longtime CEO of Micrel, we talk about mistakes that people have made (including from Ray himself). Ray Zinn: Can a woman be a successful CEO? You already know Ray Zinn as the former longtime CEO of Micrel. You likely also known that he wrote a great book that helps people move forward in their entrepreneurial careers. That book is titled Tough Things First. In this week's regular interview, Ray and I discussed a somewhat touchy subject: Can a woman be [...] Ray Zinn: It's okay to make mistakes People make mistakes all the time, whether it's the guy in the mailroom or the guy in the corner office. In my weekly discussion with Ray Zinn, longtime CEO of Micrel, we talked about some of the mistakes he's seen people make, the reasons they make them, and most importantly, what to do about those [...]


People Archive - Embedded Computing Design

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Ray Zinn: Lessons from a Leader
Ray Zinn is famous in Silicon Valley, as the 37-year CEO of Micrel, and current author, speaker, and podcaster. After speaking with Embedded Computing Design every week for 52 weeks, we're putting a wrap on this series. In this finale, Ray and I discussed some of the highlights and some of the lowlights of the [...] One such person is Ray Zinn, who has a long history in Silicon Valley, and who happens to joins us every week. But thankfully, they're right in the wheelhouse of our weekly guest, Ray Zinn. As the 37-year CEO of Micrel, Ray has lots [...] In our weekly chat, I discussed this topic with Ray Zinn, somebody who has been through many administrations and a couple of wars. So, [...] 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 [...]


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Ray Zinn, an author and former CEO of Micrel, has some solid advice for whoever takes the keys to the C-Suite at Uber: Learn some respect.
Sustainable businesses are built on a foundation of humane values, and a fundamental understanding that relationships are based on reputation. The alleged disregard for law and ethics are what happens when a leader values growth over humanity. "The new CEO may bring a new 'style,' but they had better also bring a briefcase filled with respect for humans, and a plan for making everyone in Uber believe that people are more important than blind ambition," he says. Noted.


People Archive - Embedded Computing Design

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Ray Zinn: Lessons from a Leader
Ray Zinn is famous in Silicon Valley, as the 37-year CEO of Micrel, and current author, speaker, and podcaster. After speaking with Embedded Computing Design every week for 52 weeks, we're putting a wrap on this series. In this finale, Ray and I discussed some of the highlights and some of the lowlights of the [...] One such person is Ray Zinn, who has a long history in Silicon Valley, and who happens to joins us every week. But thankfully, they're right in the wheelhouse of our weekly guest, Ray Zinn. As the 37-year CEO of Micrel, Ray has lots [...] In our weekly chat, I discussed this topic with Ray Zinn, somebody who has been through many administrations and a couple of wars. So, [...] 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 [...]


People Archive - Embedded Computing Design

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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 [...]


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