The Shingo Institute Welcomes MAC Consulting as a New Provider of Shingo Workshops
Summary: Shingo Licensed Affiliates are private companies who contract with the Shingo Institute to teach Shingo Workshops to groups and individuals. MAC Consulting in South Africa has just contracted to become the newest Shingo Licensed Affiliate.
Logan, Utah — The Shingo Institute, a program of the Jon M. Huntsman School of Business at Utah State University, has partnered with MAC Consulting (MAC) of Johannesburg, South Africa, to become one of the Institute’s newest Shingo Licensed Affiliates. This partnership means that MAC will teach the Shingo workshops to groups and individuals interested in improving the culture of their organization to improve efficiency, working conditions, and value.
“The Shingo Institute is very excited to partner with MAC Consulting,” Shingo Institute Executive Director Ken Snyder said. “They are a great company devoted to operational excellence and, as our first partner on the African continent, will help us in our goal of assisting organizations as they strive for that same goal.”
About MAC Consulting
MAC is a specialist management consulting company in South Africa that offers solutions to its clients across a wide scope of expertise. In the spirit of continuous improvement, MAC has grown from its beginnings over 25 years ago to become one of the most respected, privately-owned companies in the South African consulting industry.
Though focused on organizational excellence consulting, MAC also has capabilities in strategy, human capital, cultural transformation, digital implementation and corporate sustainability. MAC has helped some of South Africa’s best organizations along their journeys, both in South Africa and internationally. This, in turn, has helped MAC gain an in-depth knowledge base in mining, oil and gas, financial services, and a diversified body of industrial organizations.
About the Shingo Institute
The Shingo Institute administers the Shingo Prize, an award that recognizes organizations that demonstrate an exceptional culture that fosters continuous improvement. A program of the Jon M. Huntsman School of Business at Utah State University, the Shingo Institute is named after Japanese industrial engineer and Toyota advisor, Shigeo Shingo. Dr. Shingo distinguished himself as one of the world’s thought leaders in the concepts, systems and improvement techniques that have become known as the Toyota Production System (TPS).
Drawing from Dr. Shingo’s teachings and years of experience working with organizations worldwide, the Shingo Institute developed the Shingo Model™, which is the basis for its educational offerings, including workshops, study tours, and conferences. Workshops are available in multiple languages through the Institute’s licensed affiliates, including e Results. For more information on workshops, affiliates, or to register to attend the Shingo Conference, please visit www.shingo.org.
Matt van Wyk