Tony Wong is a gifted coach and Agile Teaching master. He knows how teams should work, how leaders want to work in the digital age, and why 20th century managerial habits need to evolve.”
- Jonathan W. Simons, MD., President and Chief Executive Officer, David H. Koch Chair, Prostate Cancer Foundation

Our Company


As of early 2020, all industries were disrupted.

Digital Onion is uniquely equipped to help your organization stay ahead of any coming challenge:

Over the past 20 years, our business consultancy has specialized in helping build future-proof organisations.

Our team has been making businesses stronger for decades working with over 200 teams across a wide range of sectors including:

  • Entertainment
  • Media
  • Digital commerce
  • Gaming
  • Technology ventures
  • Fashion
  • Financial services
  • Automotive

“I found Digital Onion consultants to be incredibly bright and hard working, they managed to get our efficiency up into the high 90% from a low 55% prior to them helping out. We got more done, in less time and had more fun doing it.”

-- Josh Crane, CEO, Coplex, Inc.

Our Mission


Digital Onion is committed to the goal of helping organizations, and the people who power them, to thrive in any environment,

We believe creativity is at the core of human productivity and that businesses committed to meaningful change stand the greatest chance of leading the way into the future.

Our Founder


With over 20 years’ experience innovating in the field of leadership, productivity, and management, Tony specializes in building unbreakable leaders.

For the past 2 decades, Tony has been training under three Masters in traditional Japanese Zen.

He is versed in both Soto, “let the mountain come to you” Zen, and Rinzai, “get your ass up the mountain” Zen, and incorporates both schools of thought into his programs.

He’s leveraged his 4000+ hours in meditation to develop innovative tools (adapters) for an applied approach to Agile, mindfulness and EQ.

Tony’s experience as an instructor in a form of mixed-martial arts developed by his mentor a Navy Seal combat instructor has also influenced his coaching.

Before founding his own consultancy in 2005, Tony was Director of Project Management for Neudesic, a leading Microsoft .NET professional services firms, where he led a 150-person consultancy with a portfolio of 40-plus concurrent projects. Prior to that, as Program Manager, Tony led the Honda Powersports Division to strategically plan, develop and implement their consumer-facing web presence for all products, including motorcycles, all-terrain vehicles, scooters, and watercraft.

Tony publishes a podcast as well as writing numerous articles on technology and human interaction, productivity, self-management, work performance and more:

The Tony Wong Podcast
8 Things Productive People Do During the Workday,” most read on LinkedIn 
7 Things Highly Productive People Do” most read on Inc.com.

“Tony has a remarkable blend of Zen principles, practical leadership values and Agile methodology that has helped many at Riot navigate the complex nature of modern day knowledge and become happier, healthier and more productive leaders.”

-- Marc Merrill, President & Co-founder, Riot Games, Inc.

Our Name


Thirty-five years ago, through the use of a revolutionary packaging and distribution process, Tony Wong’s father succeeded in redefining a category and became the largest commercial green onion grower in North America.

Digital Onion’s name is rooted in this legacy of entrepreneurialism; and in the multi-layered characteristic of the onion itself — much like the layers of complexity within organizations, individuals, project management, and product development.

Our revolution is in bringing the processes, methodologies, and system of thought that peel away the layers of complexity to empower our clients, their leaders, and their teams to become highly adaptive, Agile organizations for the future.