Running a business requires manageability skills. Managing a company can be a tough task, especially to someone who is new in the role of a manager. A manager should have clear objectives to help the company grow. New managers need guidelines from qualified leaders, like Sheldon Lavin. Lavin manages large-scale industries and has a passion for creating an empire of businesses. The individual graduated from the University of Illinois with a degree in accountancy. The leader studied business in the Roosevelt University and majored in finance at the Northwest University.
As a business person, Sheldon Lavin served as a consultant after graduating regarding finance. Lavin helped many companies to improve their production capacity. The individual uses various factors of production to impact the level of productivity, like availability of resources, customer satisfaction, and changes in the technology. Also, Lavin gives opportunities to his workers to grow through delegation of roles. Lavin is not the kind of a leader who believes that things can only run straight when he does them himself. Thus, he utilizes and grows the manageability skills in his employees through putting into practice of their opinions. Also, the delegation can help to point out areas of weakness in the production process. Most importantly, the delegation helps him do minimum researches.
After school, Sheldon Lavin began a consultancy agency known as the Sheldon Lavin and Associate in the downtown Chicago. Through the agency, Lavin offered a significant economic transformation to many companies for over 15 years. For instance, Lavin aided in the economic transformation of Otto and Sons, the predecessor of OSI Group. Today, Lavin is the chief executive officer of OSI Group. At the beginning of this year, the company completed its extension to increase the chicken output by a double to 24,000 tons every year. The improvement would help the company remain the principal food distributor in the entire world.
The development was a response to a fast-increasing demand for chicken products in Spain and Portugal. The expansion resulted in the overall increase in the production capacity of quality chicken, pork, and beef products to 45,000 tons annually. Under the leadership of Sheldon Lavin, OSI Group purchased the Tyson Food Plant to optimize its services in North America. Also, the company went ahead to acquire the Flagship Europe and renamed it the principal food distributor in the UK. Today, the plant goes by Creative Food Europe. Additionally, the firm purchased the controlling portion of Baho, which expands to Germany and the Netherlands.