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ASQ: Resilient Engineering for Problem Prevention
April 18 @ 6:00 pm - 7:30 pm
Solving problems after they happen is good but preventing them from happening is even better. Some products or designs can’t afford to have failures. Failures would put lives at risk. When your design, manufacturing, and launch MUST be right, risk mitigation is important.
Resilient Engineering helps to identify and mitigate risk relative to performance expectations, life cycle requirements, and manufacturing variations to create a TROUBLE-FREE launch. Ready to have a robust design solution that avoids…
- Last minute design changes
- Product launch delays
- Post-Start of Production modifications
Resilient Engineering can improve product performance, lower warranty costs, and improve manufacturing efficiency. This webinar will introduce participants to Shainin’s resilient engineering principles and will apply those principles to a case study.
- Introduction to Resilient Engineering for Problem Prevention
About the Presenter:
John has global responsibility for the timely and effective delivery of Shainin problem solving and resilient design services. Since joining Shainin in 1998, he has established systems to ensure a consistent approach while still providing the customization required for each client’s unique situation.
His experience in a wide range of industries, including aerospace, automotive, medical devices, and consumer products positions him to guide cross-functional teams through manufacturing and engineering challenges.
Prior to joining Shainin, John worked for Pratt & Whitney, a United Technologies Company (UTC) as a design and development engineer of jet engines and space propulsion systems. He also served as a manager responsible for implementing both lean manufacturing and value engineering.
He holds a bachelor of science in mechanical engineering from the University of Connecticut and a master of business administration from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute.