Slides and recording – ASQ RRD Series: Dispelling the myth that Quality and Reliability are ‘”Kissing Cousin’s”

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On Thu, Dec 13, 2018 Adam Bahret presented “Dispelling the myth that Quality and Reliability are ‘”Kissing Cousin’s””

Reliability and Quality are often referred to as “Kissing Cousin’s” The implication is that Reliability is a derivative of Quality. This couldn’t be farther from the truth. Quality is focused on screening and improving production of a finalized design. Reliability is focused on creating a reliable design. There is little overlap between those two objectives, different tools, different program activities, different participants. In this webinar Adam Bahret of Apex Ridge will explore the difference between Quality and Reliability and highlight how Reliability is a fundamental component of the design process and the design itself. 

Below a link with the slides of this webinar.

ASQ RRD – Dispelling the myth that Quality and Reliability are Kissing Cousins

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