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Intro: Welcome to the E6S-Methods Lean Six Sigma Performance podcast with Jacob and Aaron, your weekly dose of tips and tricks to achieve excellent performance in your business and career. Join us as we explore deeper into the practical worlds of Lean, Six Sigma, Project Management and Design Thinking. In this episode number 181, we speak with reliability expert, Fred Schenkelberg, and get his take on the day in the life of a reliability engineer. If you're just tuning in for the first time, find all our back episodes on our podcast table of contents at e6s-methods.com. If you like this episode, be sure to click the "like" link in the show notes. It's easy. Just tap our logo, click and you're done. Tap-click-done! Here we go. http://bit.ly/E6S-181 Leave a Review! http://bit.ly/E6S-iTunes
I Fred Schenkelberg is an international authority on reliability engineering. He is the reliability expert at FMS Reliability, a reliability engineering and management consulting firm he founded in 2004. Fred left Hewlett Packard (HP)’s Reliability Team where he helped create a culture of reliability across the corporation to assist other organizations. His passion is working with teams to improve product reliability, customer satisfaction, and efficiencies in product development; and to reduce product risk and warranty costs. Fred’s areas of expertise are: reliability program development, accelerated life test design and analysis, reliability statistics, risk assessment, test planning, and training. He has a Bachelor of Science in Physics from the United States Military Academy and a Master of Science in Statistics from Stanford University.
a. accendoreliability.com for Accendo Reliability the reliability education project
i. articles, podcasts, webinars, resources, and courses to help reliability professionals master the craft of creating and maintaining reliable products and systems. and,
b. reliabilty.fm the reliability engineering podcast network
III Questions for Fred
a. What is Reliability?
i. I've heard the definition that Quality is Reliability at time zero? Have you heard this?
ii. Is it similar to Actuary Sciences?
b. How did you first get into Reliability?
c. What's a "Day in the Life like" for a reliability engineer?
d. Key Challenges?
e. How does one get started?
f. What would you like to promote?
g. Where can people get in touch with you?
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