We just released a major upgrade to the Systems2win FMEA template, with several...
Innovations Inspired by AIAG
Video: FMEA Innovations inspired by AIAG
Action Priority replaces RPN
The Seven Steps of FMEA
Another huge innovation of the new AIAG FMEA is to introduce a standardized 7-Step Process that should be followed by every team.
By super-imposing that 7-step process into the FMEA template itself, several benefits are achieved.
Parent Child Relationships
The most important and far-reaching innovation of the new AIAG FMEA format is to greatly improve the attention to and clarity of the relationships between the Item or Process Step (that is the focus of the FMEA) and it's Parent and Child relationships.
FMEA Training: Beyond templates
Much of the creative genius behind your Systems2win FMEA template comes from Joe Adams, who has been a key leader on FMEA teams at Caterpillar, General Motors, and Ford Motor Company.
Joe is available to train and coach your team to take your FMEA's into the new generation.
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April, 2019 issue
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