Jabil Experts in the News is a collection of external articles that include interviews with – or were written by – Jabil employees across a broad range of topics and markets. Check back often to read the latest from Jabil’s experts.
Published by the LNS Research, June 2015
... I recently had a chance to speak to Clint Belinsky, Vice President of Global Quality at Jabil, about how his organization is revolutionizing quality in manufacturing. He spoke at the World ASQ Conference last month and we also read this interesting article of how Jabil is revolutionizing manufacturing operations in IndustryWeek which will also provide some worthwhile insights to our readers.
Published by the Corporate Executive Board (CEB), May 2015
A highly diverse group of employees, dispersed around the world, and from a range of professional backgrounds mean that the corporate communications team has an important role to play in keeping all employees engaged in the firm’s corporate strategy, and in helping them play their part in implementing it.
Published by the IndustryWeek, May 2015
Employee engagement is an ongoing challenge of lean, and Walter Garvin, Jabil’s vice president of Lean Six Sigma, talked at the Best Plants 2015 Conference about how companies can create lean programs that engage employees at all levels. He also talked about how change within a company demands strong character and a willingness to sacrifice self-glory to benefit others (Phase 3 behavior).
Published by IndustryWeek, May 2015
Manufacturers will face in the next 5 years a period of the “most transformative, most disruptive” change in recent memory, Bill Muir, the chief operating officer of Jabil Inc., told attendees in a keynote address at the Best Plants Conference in Charlotte. This transformation will be fueled by massive changes in demographics, IT systems and factory automation.
Published by QMED, April 2015
Medical device companies and their manufacturing service partners frequently leverage temporary labor in order to keep their operations efficient and cost-effective. It’s also common for projects to ramp-up so quickly that the only way a medical device company can effectively accommodate the needs of their clients is by using temporary labor.
Published by CIO Review, April 2015
When thinking about recent rends like "The Digital Enterprise" or "Internet of Things," I often try to find a common link or simple way to communicate how these trends are changing the way business is supported by IT. I believe that the easiest way to explain the effect of big data, cloud, analytics and IOT on IT is to focus on business process and the changes that are needed to support this ever changing landscape.