ERM and Reliability Engineers
Join Dianna and Greg as they discuss how ERM (enterprise risk management) and reliability engineers relate.
- The history of ERM and its current state.
- Quality decision-making needs to re-orient from: tools, to data, to user, to smart decisions.
- The current state of engineering education, with the quickening pace of the half-life of knowledge.
- The AI revolution, including code and DALL-E.
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Greg gives context to ERM and describes its history, including the introduction of CQO (Chief Quality Officers) and ISO standards and compliance. And, how it has changed since 2000.
“The future of quality: risk.” – Greg Hutchins
The new focus of Quality is the decisions that we make. Those decisions are affected by the assumptions behind the data. And the new scope is not just production, but the greater business system.
New products are integrated and complicated, making the evaluation and decision-making more complicated. And the pace of knowledge growth is outpacing education.
Focusing on the strength of our decision making can help us differentiate ourselves and add value to ourselves, our families, and our employers.