M2 Global Chairman Named to Shingo Institute Executives Advisory Board

Douglas CarlbergM2 Global, Inc. is pleased to announce that its president and chairman of the board, Douglas Carlberg, has been reappointed to the Shingo Institute Executive Advisory Board.  The advisory board consists of outstanding leaders from a wide variety of organizations and industries who have established themselves in their careers as principle-centered leaders building cultures of excellence.  The Shingo Institute established the Shingo Prize in 1988 to promote awareness of lean manufacturing concepts and to recognize companies that achieve world-class status.  Today, the Shingo Prize is regarded as one of the premier businesses is award and recognition programs.  Business Week magazine considers it “The Nobel Prize of Operational Excellence.”

The Shingo Prize is presented to organizations that have established robust systems that drive behavior close to ideal, resulting mature principles of operation excellence which have achieved dramatic performance business results.  The Shingo Prize highlights the value of using lean and people-centric practices to attain world-class status.  Winners of the Prize are invariably organizations that make it a priority to continually strive to improve their core business processes.

Utah State University’s Jon M. Huntsman School of Business administers the Shingo Prize, which is awarded annually.  The Prize is open to companies worldwide.

M2 Global Technology, Ltd. and M2 Global Solutions are SBA service disabled vetreran-owned companies.  M2 Global Technology, Ltd. is a supplier of microwave components and contract aerospace manufacturing.  M2 Global Solutions offers consulting and training services in strategic planning, lean improvement processes, and assessment services.  Additional information is available through the company’s website at www.m2global.com or the Shingo Prize website at www.shingoprize.org.  M2 Global offices are located in San Antonio, Texas and Alexandria, VA.