During the product development process, are there so many design prototypes but the team's still not getting buy-in?
Are design concepts changing mid-development after it's "too late" to change the design, or are designs picked-apart only after they're nearly done?
Late in development, are there many fires to fight with too many surprises at test?
Adjust when and with whom we do design activities. Use frameworks to make communication easier. Make design decisions with data.
For Quality during Design,
move Quality and Reliability ideas from end-of-line test & inspection
to front-of-line design inputs.
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