Six Sigma and the New Product Life Cycle


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Six Sigma and the New Product Life Cycle
10112051010608Six Sigma and the New Product Life CycleThe revolution in the high-technology industries has shrunk design and use product life cycles to a period of weeks and months through concurrent engineering. At the same time, traditional design and manufacturing cycles in electronics circuits, tooling, and packaging have had to be modified or outsourced to keep up with the pace of new and lower-cost product introductions. The design team has been extended through the ubiquitous Internet to include collaborative activities within the company, its customers, and suppliers…
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Sammy G. Shina: Six Sigma for Electronics Design and Manufacturing. Six Sigma and the New Product Life Cycle, Chapter (McGraw-Hill Professional, 2002), AccessEngineering Export