SISU Consulting Group is an internationally recognized and award-winning firm dedicated to helping organizations drive superior business results by creating continuous improvement cultures where "improving the work is work." With consultants supporting organizations internationally, SISU has become a pioneer in the implementation of principle-based management systems characterized by high levels of employee engagement and rapid rates of sustained improvement.
SISU specializes in increasing stakeholder value through the development of effective leaders at each level of the organization. By inspiring groups to expand their vision of what's possible, SISU engages teams through action and insight and shows organizations how to build deep and sustainable systems of continuous improvement. Each implementation is guided by the belief that SISU's role is to empower people to become independent risk takers and to leverage their abilities to solve problems and think creatively about their daily work.
SISU is one of only 20 Licensed Shingo Affiliates globally, with highly experienced consultants. Collectively they have more than 70 years experience helping client companies bring the Shingo Model to life. SISU has worked with 27 companies that have achieved various levels of Shingo recognition and, in particular, its team members have supported four out of the six most recent Shingo Prize recipients.
North America, Europe, Central America
Manufacturing, Precision Machining, Food Processing, Retail, Energy, Healthcare, Higher Education
Director, SISU Europe
Eilish Henry is the director of SISU Europe and a certified facilitator for the Shingo Institute. Ms. Henry was the first Shingo global coach appointed in Europe and is a highly experienced Shingo examiner, helping a large number of organizations achieve levels of Shingo recognition. She has worked across a wide range of sectors, including central government, healthcare, medical devices, chemicals, packaging, automotive, aerospace and financial services. In 2004, Ms. Henry was awarded the Order of the British Empire (OBE) for her work in leading large cultural change programs in the UK public sector.