Mike Reo | How to hire engineers, develop curiosity, and “fail fast”

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Mike Reo

Mike Reo has over 30 years of experience working as an engineer and in technical fields. He has held roles from technician to engineer to CEO and brings a wealth of knowledge and wisdom to share with us on the show. Among the insights he shares in this episode are how to build a successful engineering team, why attitude counts as much as anything else in product development, and the differences between a financially successful product vs a “human” successful product. Click here to learn more about Mike and how he can help your team.

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