Shingo Workshops at Award Winning Locations
Visit award winning locations with S A Partners schedule of Shingo workshops for 2019 which include the Discover Excellence and Shingo Enterprise Excellence introduction workshops. All Discover Excellence workshops are accredited and certified to both the Shingo Institute and CPD service (Continual Professional Development).
The Shingo approach is a way of creating sustainable and excellent results. This involves overcoming two major huddles:
- Moving beyond the ‘implement the tools stage’ to look at complete systems
- Bridging the functional& cultural change gap by connecting the traditional technical approaches to improvement with the leadership and change management required
Discover Excellence: April 9-10, Ricoh UK, Priorslee, Telford
The workshop will be led by Prof. Peter Hines,and is at Ricoh UK.
Ricoh manufactures and sells a range of digital printers on six continents.
They design and build Digital printers and provide expert consultation. Thousands of businesses around the world rely on Ricoh’s quality laser print technology and outstanding reliability to facilitate smart, efficient and sustainable business workflows.
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.
Shingo Enterprise Excellence: April 15th – Alacrity
Led by Dr Fiona Buttrey, this half day workshop we will introduce the origin and core philosophy behind the Shingo Model. You will review the process of challenging for a Shingo Prize and review what Shingo examiners look for.
You will hear from companies who have been successful in achieving Shingo recognition, but more importantly have achieved significantly improved business performance and improved their sites standing with their corporate stakeholders.
The workshop will provide ample opportunities for Q&A and the sharing of experience.
Discover Excellence: May 16-17, The Mater Misericordiae University Hospital & Lean Academy
The Mater Misericordiae University Hospital is a level 4 teaching hospital based in Dublin’s north inner city. In addition to the local services for the catchment area, the Mater Hospital provides a range of frontline and specialist services on a regional and national level.
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.
The workshop will be led by Prof. Peter Hines and John Quirke and is a highly interactive experience designed to make your learning meaningful and immediately applicable.
Shingo Enterprise Excellence: June 06, Talent Garden, Dublin
Led by John Quirke, this half day workshop we will introduce the origin and core philosophy behind the Shingo Model. We will review the process of challenging for a Shingo Prize and review what Shingo examiners look for.We will hear from companies who have been successful in achieving Shingo recognition, but more importantly have achieved significantly improved business performance and improved their sites standing with their corporate stakeholders.The workshop will provide ample opportunities for Q&A and the sharing of experience.
Discover Excellence: July 17-18, Dwr Cymru Linea Offices, Fortran Road, St Mellons, Cardiff
Led by Prof. Peter Hines, this 2 day workshop is at Dwr Cymru Welsh Water. Dwr Cymru supplies drinking water and wastewater services to most of Wales and parts of Western England. Employing over 3,000 people the company is unique as it is a not-for-profit. This highly complex business covers water supply, sewarage removal and treatment, as well as its customer facing inbound and outbound call centres.
How Shingo bridges the gap.
The benefits of attending the workshop