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The supporting paper to my tutorial at RAMS 2011 and 2013. Looking at the key features that make a great (or poor) reliability program.
The purpose of this tutorial is to highlight key traits for the effective management of a reliability program. The basic premise is no single list of reliability activities will work for every product. Every product development and production team faces a different history, constraints, and a different set of variables and uncertainties. Such that what worked for the last program may or may not be appropriate for the current project. There are a handful of key traits that separate the valuable programs from the merely busy programs. These traits and the underlying structure can provide a framework to create a cost effective and efficient reliability program.