Secure that your organization develops, operates and maintains quality control systems (inspection and test methods) which assure approved quality levels and standards to meet or exceed customers requirements.

More Uses of the Design for X Toolkit:

  • Ensure you observe, reflect and analyze processes to make more informed decisions.
  • Manage work with a Program/Project management to estimate schedules, and project budgets.
  • Devise: mentor team members engineering on best practices for manufacturing.
  • Manage your team as you continue your transformation journey and help you build a better tomorrow.
  • Audit: work to tackle tough problems with complex solutions.
  • Supervise: own process optimization and cost reduction initiatives for sustaining projects.
  • Organize: system administration digital transformation.
  • Steer: customer complaints, supplier problems, internal failures and reduces quality costs using structured problem solving with closed loop corrective and preventive actions.
  • Prepare accurate project estimates and resource plans.
  • Be accountable for tracking, analyzing, reporting KPIs regarding quality, cost, and process cycle times.
  • Ensure you think innovatively to come up with creative solutions to complex challenges.
  • Make sure that your operation leads and/or participates in quality audits (internal and external) of processes and solutions.
  • Manage: innovation from concept to commercialization.
  • Create and effectively manage project schedules and resource plans.
  • Supervise: successful transfer to manufacturing of photonic package designs and processes.
  • Evaluate production, supplier and field failures for root cause analysis and resolution.
  • Provide Design for X guidance/feedback on electro mechanical designs.
  • Organize: review external production processes, identify risk and mitigate.
  • Qualify production processes based on dimensional data, control plans.
  • Organize: effectively utilize project management tools to manage and control labor, material, and expense costs.
  • Assure your design applies statistical methods for product and process control.
  • Lead: interface closely with thermal and laser designers to optimize Design for X temp performance for various form factors.
  • Launch tooling with accelerated schedules, assess related project risk, and identify mitigations.
  • Manage work with test engineers and technicians in defining requirements for device characterization, debug and validation.
  • Provide Design for X guidance/feedback on electromechanical designs.
  • Methodize: there is no innovation without imagination.
  • Solve technical problems across a broad set of manufacturing commodities.
  • Secure that your project analyzes data relevant to quality inspections and initiatives and generates improvement conclusions and reports.
  • Pilot: effectively lead and provide technical direction to multi disciplined engineering/implementation teams.
  • Secure that your group develops and administers quality training programs for all appropriate functions in your organization.

 

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