November 29, 2017
There is only one answer to this: Do everything possible to identify and replicate failure throughout the design process.
This piece of advice has a couple of layers ... but lets start with the obvious one. We often use the term 'physics of failure' when talking about r...
Join Chris and Fred as they discuss the difference that sets apart those really great reliability programs from others. Perhaps when we think of relia...
What Makes a Great Reliability Program?
June 2, 2018
The Russian Concorde … and why you haven’t heard of it
December 7, 2018
Engineering Reports Need to Be Like Bad Movies - Give The Ending Away At The Start
November 2, 2018
Talking about MTBFs and PDFs with the Minnesota Reliability Consortium
October 19, 2018
PhD or Home Grown Reliability Engineers?
Are the stereotypes of either truly indicative of reliability engineers in ways that can hurt your organizati...
February 13, 2018
Chris Jackson talks Autonomous Vehicles (AVs) on the 'Dare to Know' Podcast
December 7, 2017
If you can boil down reliability 'advice' to one thing ... what would that be?
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