Formerly working at The Engine Group, Steve E. Evans reported to the US President as CFO. Here, he developed and directed the financial plans to the strategic business plan, company growth and direction, and market opportunities.
Steve also worked as the Corporate Finance Manager at MCI WorldCom in telecommunications. He reported to Global Finance Director and was recruited to manage global business revenue plan that exceeded $18 B annually as well as revenue strategy, modeling, and analysis.
Serving as the CEO at 6W Group, Steve E. Evans is always aimed at creating solutions that help initiate and grow flourishing businesses. This firm offers services including strategy and business process management that includes business planning, defining capabilities, and business integration.
Steve makes use of his keen analysis, insights, and team approach to drive the organizational improvements and implementations of best practices. 6W Group uses its innovative, 6-point analysis method and creates solutions that help initiate and grow the flourishing businesses. He provides various services including strategy and business process management that includes business planning, defining capabilities, and business integration
Formerly, Steve served as the head of Global Business Planning & Analysis at Skadden, Arps, Slate Meagher, & Flom, LLP. He oversaw the financial & statistical planning and analysis for the international law firm that was comprised of two dozen offices and over 4,000 employees. Earlier, he held several finance & operations positions at fortune 50 organizations, such as Lehman Brothers, MCI WorldCom and United Parcel Service.
Pertaining to his education credentials, Steve E. Evans completed Bachelor of Science in Business Administration in December 1995 from University of Tennessee. Thereafter, in December 1997, he pursued MBA in Finance.
About Steve E. Evans
Steve E. Evans is highly skilled in Strategic Planning and Organizational Leadership, Team Building and Performance Improvement, Growth and Expansion Strategies, Process Design and Productivity Improvement, Contract Negotiations and Strategic Alliances, and HR/IT/Legal Administration.