How to Build Your Influence as a Reliability Engineer
Good with data or failure analysis are elements of a great reliability engineer.
Another is the ability to influence. The perfect analysis and dynamic slide deck are not sufficient. You also must master the ability to persuade to influence.
Does a Certification Make You a Professional Reliability Engineer?
Obtaining certifications based on your reliability engineering knowledge does not make you a professional. It is how you apply your knowledge that does. Let’s explore what it means to be a professional reliability engineer.
It is how you apply your knowledge that does. Let’s explore what it means to be a professional reliability engineer.
How to Prepare for the ASQ CRE Exam
You have signed up to sit for the CRE exam.
You have the education and experience. Then, you look at the CRE body of knowledge—the breadth of statistics, the range of tools, the plethora of concepts.
You need to review the material. Where do you start?
Getting Started with Reliability Engineering
Every project and program includes reliability engineering.
This may be obvious with a structured program and reliability plan or may be unspoken. The product or system will have some level of reliability performance whether or not anyone is overtly working to achieve a reliability goal.
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Successful Career in Reliability Engineering
How does one become a reliability engineer?
How does one create a career based on reliability engineering?
In my experience, I have seen several paths and have observed a number of key traits that make for a successful career.
This discussion examines the traits of successful reliability professionals from different industries.
The combination of those profiles and my experience with coaching dozens as they built their careers has provided a unique insight into the key traits that separate a rewarding from an unfulfilling career in reliability engineering.
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