Quick Tips From President Don Evans – The Principle of Lean Enterprise

Businesses that are proactive and mindful about minimizing non-productive time embrace the concept of lean enterprise, which calls for the elimination of any superfluous costs that do not directly add value to the products and services offered and provided to the customer. Lean organizations recognize the value customers add to the business and devote most of their resources to producing and delivering high-quality goods and services. In fact, lean organizations are generally able to produce a higher volume of goods than non-lean organizations because they are prudent about how they acquire and employ materials and resources. As a result, these organizations experience healthy cash flow and high employee morale, in large part because financial transparency and operational discipline are encouraged and fostered, and because individual skill sets are valued and utilized to provide the optimal customer experience. Every dollar matters in a lean business, and it shows.

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Don Evans
Don Evans
don.evans@landopt.com

Don Evans brings a diverse range of experience, leading teams to sustainable growth in manufacturing and service industries. While he began his business life as a corporate lawyer, Don has spent the majority of his career in customer-facing and solutions-focused roles. As President of LandOpt, Don is responsible for overseeing day-to-day operations and providing leadership by establishing and implementing long-range goals, strategies, plans and policies. Don began his career in the Green industry at the age of 4, growing up on a 225-acre family farm in Virginia. He holds a bachelor's degree in International Affairs/Economics from George Washington University and a Juris Doctorate from the University of Virginia.

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