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Cliff Notes Podcast: Lead manufacturing

Listen to Cliff Notes Podcast for the best business guests from business, sales and marketing. When you have a mountain to move having an experienced leader, team work and efficient tools goes a long way.

We give you the cliff notes from the leaders on their experience with great companies that know how to build a great product and reach new heights.

Podcast for managers dealing with change in their industry and how to navigated the journey to help others on the path behind them. Focus on people in manufacturing and where physical products meet digital technology. Bridging the gap from product to new business sales through new practices.

At the show we love the UK, but it is part of a world market and business has local as well as worldwide reach and distribution partners.

Mar 20, 2018

Tony Denyer works as Interim CTO for hire, with his consulting business he offers to lead and grow your technical team, and deliver digital projects at scale.

Together with entrepreneurs, they turn unique ideas into successful products and companies. Acting as the perfect partner or co-founder to build strong and independent startups. They can help you build out your tech team and, when you’re ready, they will take the training wheel off.

We talk about business of considering outsourcing your work, or bringing in more developers in-house. The need then for a professional experienced hand is not always the skill existing management teams. His consulting then reduces friction and lets him talk business with management and lead code with coders.


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This episode of Cliff Notes Podcast: Ask a leader, host and founder of Holdingbay Tristan Bailey talks to Tony Denyer of for the Cliff Notes podcast. Tony brings his years of experience with large business from pharma to asbestos auditing to publishing. Working in lean, agile and efficient ways to come in house with you for a period of time and scale and integrate your development team. Technical people need technical leadership and Tony can bridge that gap and get results.

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