The Center for Ethics and Entrepreneurship has published the tenth issue of Kaizen [pdf], featuring my interview with Ray Stata. The interview’s theme is Entrepreneurship and Technology Leadership.
Ray Stata is Chairman of Analog Devices, Inc., based in Norwood, Massachusetts. Working out of his basement, Mr. Stata co-founded Analog Devices in the 1960s. As of 2009, ADI serves over 60,000 customers, has 9,000 employees and a market capitalization of over $6 billion. I met with Mr. Stata in Norwood, and in the interview we explored his thoughts on bootstrapping a start-up, leadership in innovative companies, and the challenges and opportunities of globalization. Make sure you don’t miss the Nova Devices story — what drama.
The issue also features Rockford College’s recent High School Career Day and congratulates five student prize winners: Hannah Mueller, Jennifer LaSarre, Jake Maliszewski, Lisa Voss, and Kelly King.