Reliability Misconceptions with Fred Schenkelberg
Welcome Fred to today’s episode. Our topic will be the misconceptions surrounding reliability. What is reliability?
The English dictionary defines reliability as the characteristic of trustworthiness or being able to adhere to a schedule and deliver as needed.
On the other hand, reliability in engineering encompasses functionality, probability of success, duration of continued delivery of that success, and work environment.
Fred will give us insight on:
- What is implementing reliability?
- What is the disconnect between all these activities (tools) and decision making?
- So does it require understanding the data and engaging the people?
… and so much more!