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50 Ways to Improve Product Reliability
2nd Edition, 2016
Mike Silverman and Adam Bahret
Traditionally, the way to test a product’s reliability was to build it–and then try to break it. As systems and technologies improved, TAAF (Test, Analyze, and Fix) methodologies were developed and adopted. In today’s global economy with its short, technologically-intense product life cycles, TAAF cannot suffice. Reliability can no longer be a step or a series of steps in product development; it is something that needs to be acknowledged upfront and built into the product from its very conception. Reliability, in other words, must be “designed in.”
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