Richard Seltzer

Snapshots of DEC

DEC was the creation of its co-founder and president Ken Olsen, who for four decades shaped the cadre of managers and the corporate culture that motivated and enabled one generation after another of creativity and innovation as his company grew from a small team in 1957 to a global corporation with over 140,000 employees when it was bought by Compaq, which was then bought by Hewlett-Packard. Fortune Magazine called Ken “the ultimate entrepreneur”. This book consists of articles written for the company's employee newspaper in 1982–1983, around it's 25th anniversary, reflecting on the company's past and future. They provide insight into the myriad challenges of a rapidly growing company in the pioneering days of the computer industry.
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