Running the Cutter denotes a hands-on management or supervisory style.

Australia-New Zealand origin. The worker running the silage cutter on a farm was in charge of both the machine and the other workers breaking open hay bales and feeding the hay into it to produce animal feed.
Bruce was running the cutter on that construction project. A real hard bastard.
by The Watcher On The Wall June 07, 2011

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