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Here you'll find content that will help grow your Quality and Reliability IQ and develop Quality Thinking.

"The key to success is dedication to life-long learning." — Stephen Covey

Download "Reasons to use quality & reliability early and iteratively in new product development and ways to do it"

Download our free guide. We look at common product development processes and include a practical guide of how to make them better, integrated with quality and reliability. Download here.

Quality during & the "Quality during Design Podcast"

We offer courses for product design engineers. Our website is also educational: podcast, blog, videos and more dedicated to sharing resources, practical advice, and problem-solving techniques for quality thinking throughout the design cycle.

"Dianna Deeney has launched a podcast that focuses on both the need and the 'how to' include quality and reliability in your design. Both entertaining and thoughtful, the shows are well done and worth subscribing." — Fred Schenkelberg at Accendo Reliability

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Dianna's Blog of Strategic Quality Thinking


A View of Auditing (from Atop a Horse)

By Dianna | 07 Dec 2019

Use auditors regularly to keep track of your business systems, as a supplement to metrics.

It’s Better to Broaden Who We Think are Customers

By Dianna | 20 Apr 2018

Shifting our view to be customer-centric can improve our workplace, grow and strengthen our network, and introduce opportunities.


Integrating Quality and Reliability Engineering Earlier in New Designs

By Dianna | 20 Mar 2018

Inviting ourselves to the conversation early can cultivate working relationships that best utilize Quality and Reliability methods.

Want to know how I think about Quality during Design?

Read my take:

applying quality thinking during the design process to get the best designs

is like

 pruning a fruit tree as it grows to get the best fruit