University of Massachusetts Boston, College of Management: UMass is Boston's public business school. Their demanding and internationally accredited undergraduate and MBA programs provide a competitive and high value education. As you may know, the GBMP is located inside of the College of Management at UMass Boston.
North American Shingo Prize: The Shingo Prize was established in 1988 in honor of Shigeo Shingo to promote world-class manufacturing and recognize companies that achieve superior customer satisfaction and business results. The philosophy of the Shingo Prize is that world-class business performance may be achieved through focused improvements in core manufacturing and business processes.
Society of Manufacturing Engineers: SME is dedicated to bringing people and information together to advance manufacturing knowledge. GBMP co-produces the Lean Manufacturing Pavilion & Business Improvement Conference with SME at EASTEC, the premier manufacturing event in the Northeast.
The 5S Store: The 5S Store is a one-stop shop for everything 5S. They provide bins, aisle marking tape, tool control foam, pegboard systems, books, training materials, posters, signage, implementation and sustainment forms, starter kits and much, much more. Stop hunting all over the place for the tools you need to put your 5S program in place. The 5S Store provides its customers with everything they need, all in one place, saving you valuable time and money.
The Center for Operational Excellence (COE) is a division of Stony Brook University Corporate Education and Training (CET), and is located on the University campus. The Center was created to help businesses on Long Island drive sustainable competitive advantage and achieve world class operational excellence through the coordination of strategically aligned resources and partnerships. A primary goal of our Center is to align with organizations that continually 'set the standard' in their field of expertise; we chose GBMP as our educational partner for Lean and Six Sigma training. Our instructors are trained and vetted by GBMP's experienced continuous improvement managers developers to deliver GBMP courses to Long Island companies.
JVS Boston: JVS's mission is to empower individuals from diverse communities to find employment and build careers, and to partner with employers to hire, develop, and retain productive workforces. Since 1938, JVS has delivered a broad range of educational and vocational services to over 15,000 clients annually to help them reach financial independence, including job search training, career counseling, skills training, English for Speakers of Other Languages, GED classes and much much more. JVS partners with over 1,400 area employers to help fill vacancies and provide the education their employees need to ascend their career ladders. JVS can develop customized training and educational services for your employees at your location, based on your business and workforce goals.
The Massachusetts Workforce Training Fund: DET, an agency of the Massachusetts Department of Labor and Workforce Development, administers the Workforce Training Fund. The fund provides resources to Massachusetts businesses to train current and newly hired employees. Its goal is to help improve employee skills and maintain the economic strength of the Commonwealth's businesses. GBMP has helped its clients capture over $10 Million in funding through the DET.
Brian Maskell Associates: BMA specializes in Lean Accounting and works in conjunction with GBMP to bring workshops on that topic to Massachusetts employers.
Linford E. Stiles: Mr. Stiles is a retained executive search firm that has assisted companies of all sizes in the recruitment and selection of senior-level executives. Every assignment managed by Linford E. Stiles Associates includes the involvement of a principal experienced in helping clients build high performance management teams.
The Boston Tooling and Machining Association: BTMA helps members of the precision custom manufacturing industry in New England achieve business success in a global economy through advocacy, advice, networking, information, programs and services.