2017 Deliver Best Practices Continues to Make Strides for Jabil Joules
Jabil’s ninth annual global continuous improvement competition, Deliver Best Practices, has concluded and what an outstanding year it has been — a record-setting 1,709 projects were submitted — clearly demonstrating how ingenuity is a part of Jabil’s cultural DNA.
This year’s Joules involvement continued to be strong: 12 overall finalists and two first-place winners represented five countries, 11 sites and five different functional areas. Their experience at Jabil ranged from two to 17 years. These women proved that no matter where you are from, what department you work in or your experience level, anyone can be innovative and inspirational.
Joules dominated this year’s Employees category and captured the top three spots: Isabel Romo from Guadalajara won first place, followed by Aoife Kennedy representing Bray second and Tingting Zhu from Wuxi who won third. In the Social & Environmental category, Jianmei Xue from Wuxi received first place and Ning Tsao from Shenzhen Plastic won third. Third-time finalist Elaine Zhou from Shanghai placed third in the Beyond the Factory category.
All participants in the competition personified Jabil’s culture of diversity and inclusion and set high standards for all who follow, male and female.
Again, congratulations to all our finalists!