Lessons Learned for Effective FMEAs [chapter]

2012 Effective FMEAs  
& PURPOSE Companies are faced with intense global competition and therefore must shorten product development times and reduce costs. The four broad success factors (understanding the basics of FMEAs and Risk Assessment, applying key factors for effective FMEAs, providing excellent FMEA facilitation and implementing a "best practice" FMEA process) will help to assure success in FMEA applications. Carl S. Carlson Carl Carlson is a consultant and instructor in the areas of FMEA, reliability
more » ... planning and other reliability engineering and management disciplines. He has 20 years experience in reliability engineering and management positions at General Motors, most recently Senior Manager for the Advanced Reliability Group. His responsibilities included Design FMEAs for North American operations, developing and implementing advanced reliability methods to achieve/demonstrate reliability requirements and managing teams of reliability engineers.
doi:10.1002/9781118312575.ch9 fatcat:otvbgyjoezfvfdwfkrmnbji4hm