Executive Education

 

 

 

 Executive Education Certificate Program
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The Shingo Executive Education Certificate Program is a 12-month, highly-integrated and intensive learning experience. Through a series of modules at different company sites, the Shingo Institute creates a holistic and dynamic view of leadership. The program integrates practical knowledge of tools, systems and principles with a comprehensive application in your own organization.

 

Between the face-to-face learning modules, small groups are constructed to support and help accomplish various assignments with the end goal: to drive a principle-based culture.

 

The program is designed to help leaders acquire a new framework by exploring Shingo Prize recipients and other host organizations to translate best practices to your own organization. Participants will work with elite industry peers and interact with key faculty of the Shingo Institute and the Jon M. Huntsman School of Business at Utah State University.

 

The application deadline for the 2014 Fall Cohort is July 1, 2014.

Meeting dates:

August 19-21, 2014: Location: Salt Lake City, UT
November 18-20, 2014: Location: TBD
February 17-19, 2015: Location: Dublin, Ireland
May 4-5, 2015: Location: Salt Lake City, UT

 

 



Open Public (Cohort)

Internal Organization (Cohort)

  • Tuition: $15,000/person
  • Includes 4 workshops: DISCOVER, ENABLE, IMPROVE, & ALIGN, and 4 site tours
    • Personal coaching between sessions
    • All printed material and Shingo SWAG
    • Shingo Study Tour is included at a large discount
  • Cohort will visit two Shingo recipient companies
  • Minimum of 10 participants with a maximum of 20 participants in cohort
  • No substituting
  • There are "make-up" workshops (but not ideal)
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  • Day 3 includes Plant Tour and workshop taught by Shingo recipient author
  • Tuition: $12,500/person
  • Includes 4 workshops: DISCOVER, ENABLE, IMPROVE, & ALIGN, and 2 site tours
    • Group advisory between sessions
    • All printed material
  • Cohort will utilize internal facilities to conduct training and "Go/See"
  • Minimum of 15 participants with a maximum of 30 participants in cohort
  • No substituting
  • There are NO "make-up" workshops
  • Organization covers following expenses
    • Breakfast, breaks, lunch for sessions
    • Instructor travel expenses (Coach class)

ALL WORKSHOPS INCLUDE: Day 1 - Instruction and Day 2 - Gemba

 

 

For more information, please contact:

Mary Price at mary.price@usu.edu or call (435) 797-3785

 

 

 

Eligible for CEU credits upon completion.

 

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The program integrates practical knowledge of tools, systems, and principles with a comprehensive application in your own organization.