Shingo Training, Discover Excellence – The Mater Misericordiae University Hospital

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This programme is a 2 day hands on practical Shingo workshop on the 16th & 17th May covering the Shingo principles of Enterprise Excellence at the The Mater Misericordiae University Hospital, Dublin.

Mater Lean Academy LogoThe workshop will be led by Prof. Peter Hines and John Quirke, and you will witness at first hand, how Shingo principles drive behaviour throughout the entire organisation to deliver world class results. This course is accredited and certified to both the Shingo Institute and CPD service (Continual Professional Development).

You will learn to align your organisational principles and core values with your systems. Group activities are used to help develop skills in assessing alignment and also how to address misalignment’s by embedding your principles into your work and management systems.

At the end of the workshop participants will be able to:

  • Introduction to Shingo
  • Principle led Behaviours
  • Learning what it means in action
  • Checking out how to review in a real live environment
  • Identify how tools link to systems
  • See and assess behaviour to provide constructive-feedback
  • Explore what adjustments could be made to improve systems in driving ideal behaviour for world class results

15% discount for ICBE members.

DAY 1 & 2  (8:30am – 17:00pm): The Mater Misericordiae University Hospital, Dublin, Ireland

The Mater Misericordiae University Hospital is a level 4 teaching hospital based in Dublin’s north inner city. The hospital was opened in 1861 by the Sisters of Mercy. In addition to the local services for our catchment area, the Mater Hospital provides a range of frontline and specialist services on a regional and national level.

The Mater Lean Academy

The Mater Lean Academy, through its Lean Six Sigma Green Belt courses, offers quality improvement projects that incorporate consulting, coaching, and training services for healthcare professionals, support services and staff in all capacities. All of the projects have as their primary goal a direct patient benefit or outcome in addition to cost savings. The vision for the Academy is to ensure that Lean principles are embedded in everyday work practices.

The Mater Lean Academy and the UCD School of Nursing, Midwifery and Health Systems partnership now provides the only university accredited complete Lean Six Sigma Healthcare pathway from White Belt to Black Belt

Senior Leaders and Continuous Improvement professionals from organisations, big or small, from any sector, wanting to understand the essential ingredients needed to create a sustainable business improvement culture.

Organisations who have adopted the Shingo principles, have seen an increased level of success in areas such as Costs (increased revenue, reduced inventory, reduced lead times etc), Safety & Quality ( zero lost time for accidents, reduction in scrap, defects and non-conformance), On Time in Full & New Product Introduction (increases in OTIF by as much as 95%  & NPI up to 100%).

More benefits of implementing Shingo can be found in our Shingo section.

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What have attendee’s thought of the Shingo Discover Excellence Workshop?

Attendee’s of our Shingo workshops have rated them very highly, with 98% having no hesitation in recommending them to colleagues.

  • 100% of all attendees rate our delivery as ‘Accomplished’.
  • 33% rate our delivery as Outstanding
  • 98% would recommend this course to a colleague

“Very good, enjoyed the course, looking forward to working on this in the future.”

“Very beneficial, thank you! Filled a gap in my understanding.”

“Challenging and excellent workshop, food for thought.”

A sample of companies who have attended the workshops:

 

Some of our Shingo Discover Excellence clients

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