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Break the Always Cycle

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Reliability and test planning takes time and it’s easy to use the plan worked out for the last program. Yet this doesn’t consider the new risks or technology or use conditions that impact product reliability.

If you find resistance as you propose improvements to the reliability plan or to the test plan, what can you do to gain acceptance? If the source of resistance that what we did last time worked, why change, then what steps can you take to secure support for the needed changes?

If you organization only does the same thing and wonders why the product reliability is not improving, then let’s talk. Let’s explore how to break the cycle of just do the same as last time and focus on reliability plans and testing that add value.

In this webinar let’s explore how to create plans and testing that actually helps your team improve the reliability of the products.

This Accendo Reliability webinar originally broadcast on 7 October 2014.

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Break the Always Cycle

  1. 1. Break the “Always” Cycle Fred Schenkelberg
  2. 2. So Why Do the Same Thing Just use the same plan as the last project.
  3. 3. Need the plan now
  4. 4. It Worked Last Time
  5. 5. What if It Doesn’t Work?
  6. 6. ARE RELIABILITY ACTIVITIES TAILORED FOR EACH SITUATION? Is each plan customized?
  7. 7. IS RELIABILITY A SET SEQUENCE OF EVENTS? Do the results make a difference?
  8. 8. Is There a Better Way? In what way is it better?
  9. 9. Set Goals – Make Estimates
  10. 10. Find Risks - Monitor
  11. 11. Do Testing that Adds Value
  12. 12. WHAT OTHERS WAYS CAN YOUR PROGRAM IMPROVE? Do the results make a difference?
  13. 13. Obstacles? What is preventing you?
  14. 14. Do Not Have Time
  15. 15. No Capital Budget
  16. 16. Risk of Unknown
  17. 17. SOMETIMES ITS JUST THE CHANGE THAT IS DIFFICULT? Change is good, right?
  18. 18. Ideas? How do we overcome these obstacles?
  19. 19. Time
  20. 20. Budget
  21. 21. Risk
  22. 22. WHAT OTHERS WAYS CAN YOUR PROGRAM IMPROVE? Do the results make a difference?
  23. 23. Identify Risks of Not Changing
  24. 24. Identify a Better Approach
  25. 25. Estimate the Value of Changing
  26. 26. Change Management
  27. 27. Document Successes
  28. 28. Break the ‘Always’ Cycle 1. Recognize the risks 1. Identify better approach 1. Estimate Value 1. Change Management 1. Document Success
  29. 29. Reliability Value • Join Accendo Reliability • Download a copy directly
  30. 30. What are your Questions? Thanks for participating.

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