Best Practices: How to reduce cost of poor quality with internal and external knowledge
Today, data and information is more important than ever. But understanding how to get a full 360 view on what data you have, what you need, and how it can be best used to begin a new project is a daunting task. Chris and Jim are going to talk through the best practices they've seen across industries on reducing the cost of poor quality and using both internal and external information to do so.
- How to effectively re-use internal and external engineering knowledge to reduce the cost of poor quality
- Unlock unstructured internal and external data to avoid rework and reinvention
- Understand best practices on incorporating Engineering Workbench with internal data
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