Reliability Engineering versus Management
Carl and Chris discussing the subjects of reliability engineering and reliability management. Are they generally the same subject with different focus areas, or are they based on entirely different bodies of knowledge?
Join Carl and Chris as they discuss the tools of reliability engineering and how they are different from the tools of reliability management.
- What is the difference between reliability engineering and reliability management?
- When do you use one versus the other?
- Are they two sides of the same coin?
- What is the business case for reliability?
- Wrong way: use the same tool over and over, regardless of circumstances
- When do you use the different tools of reliability? What are the selection criteria? What are the skill levels needed for different tools? What are the limitations for the tools? What assumptions are involved in using the tools?
- Example: limitations and assumptions with reliability prediction
- Are there reliability tools that should always be used?
- Traditional vs advanced reliability
- What education and training is needed for reliability management?
Enjoy an episode of Speaking of Reliability. Where you can join friends as they discuss reliability topics. Join us as we discuss topics ranging from design for reliability techniques, to field data analysis approaches.
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