TMI helps Jabil Healthcare Bray win the Shingo Prize
Shingo Prize Awarded to Jabil Healthcare Bray for Organizational Excellence
After trained examiners and accomplished business professionals performed a thorough assessment of Jabil Healthcare Bray in Bray, Ireland, the site has been awarded the internationally recognized Shingo Prize from the Shingo Institute, a program of the Jon M. Huntsman School of Business.
“Receipt of the Shingo Prize is a worldwide recognized symbol of an organization’s successful establishment of a culture anchored on enterprise excellence principles such as respect for every individual, leading with humility, quality at the source, the quest for perfection, and creating value for the customer. Ultimately, these recipients are in a class of the best organizations in the world, regardless of industry or country.” Ken Snyder, executive director at the Shingo Institute.
Jabil Inc. (NYSE:JBL) is among the most technologically advanced and trusted manufacturing solutions providers in the world. Jabil serves global leaders and their brands across many industries, including healthcare, automotive and transport, defense and aerospace, retail, computing and storage, networking, and telecom.
Established in 1980, Jabil Healthcare Bray’s annual production exceeds 1.7 billion products and components for the respiratory, ophthalmic diagnostics, and renal health markets, as well as reagent diagnostics, for which Bray received designation as a Centre of Excellence. With expertise in the areas of molding, tooling, engineering, quality assurance and automation, Jabil Healthcare Bray also serves some of the largest packaging customers in the world.
By “challenging” or applying for Shingo recognition, organizations invite a group of accomplished professionals and trained examiners to thoroughly review their culture and operations. The examiners evaluate the challengers based on a rigorous set of standards and the Shingo Institute awards the organizations according to their assessment results.
“Embedding the Shingo Model and challenging for the Shingo Prize has been great for Jabil Healthcare Bray. It has helped us align around common purpose, systems, and tools to achieve our goals, engage our employees, delight our customers, and create a better place to work. It has been demanding, but a lot of fun, and we are so proud of what we have achieved together. It is a great distinction for our site.” Kevin Heffernan, General Manager at Jabil Healthcare Bray
Team members from Jabil Healthcare Bray will receive the Shingo Prize during the Awards Gala at the 34th Annual Shingo Conference held on May 19–20, 2022 in Orlando, Florida, USA. The conference will be a two-day hybrid conference featuring keynotes and interactive breakout sessions. Attendees will also have the option to add pre-conference workshops to their agenda. The annual conference is designed to provide ongoing knowledge, insights, and experience for organizations in their pursuit of organizational excellence.