The term burnout was coined in the 1970s by the American psychologist Herbert Freudenberger to describe the consequences of severe stress. Today, burnout seems to have become a mass phenomenon that affects people in all professions. It is also one of the most widely discussed mental health problems of our
Our resident Shingo experts Adrian Healey and Steve Nicoll attended the conference in Orlando on the 19th and 20th May to celebrate our friends at Jabil Healthcare receiving their Shingo prize.
‘Why Bother’ talks through the best way to design and implement a continuous improvement assessment system. It includes case studies from over 10 organisations worldwide, helping the reader to understand the Shingo Prize journey, the experience, and how different businesses have achieved it. They also provide tips on how to
When it comes to any type of improvement, a good culture is crucial. After all, your efforts won’t get you very far if your overall business environment isn’t right. Continuous improvement flourishes in a culture where people can openly discuss how they feel and share their thoughts when things don’t