In this episode number 65, “In the Eye of the Cash-holder” Part 1B, we continue our discussion of “stable & capable” processes with reference to customer or client expectations.Read More
In this episode number 135, we discuss a "Bit o'Agile." Now this episode is a little bit different, because it was unplanned. (Jacob actually didn't even know I was recording.) So I hope you enjoy some of this candid and raw conversation about different parts of agile. If you want to learn more about agile, drop us a note and we'll include more in a later episode.Read More
In this episode number 131, we explode yet again with the Failure Modes and Effects Analysis, here with part 4a, "The Crux of Failure." Be sure to check out You-Tube for our original-ish FMEA song.Read More
In this episode number 130, It's all about ME! This is me being interviewed on episode 29 of the "Dare To Know" podcast, which is all about the quality and reliability professions. It is part of the Accendo Reliability family of podcasts. Go to accendoreliability.com or reliability.fm to sample the podcasts and webinars available on reliability engineering topics.Read More
In this episode number 117, Jacob and I go fishing, well, soft of. We're "Fishing for the Truth" with the Ishikawa diagram, more commonly known as the "Fishbone," We discuss its typical format and some alternative approaches.Read More
This is episode number 79, and it's another very different episode. I took a guest spot on another podcast, called The Engineering Commons, and they interviewed me. We're going to play only a few bits from that episode, so if you want to hear more you should check out The Engineering Commons podcast. Either directly on their website or search and subscribe on iTunes. It's a great show for engineers.