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Quality engineering and an OLED Innovator

Resized_20180302_093142.jpegI first heard of OLEDWorks and its Director of Quality and Reliability Engineering David Lee when our features editor contributed a story about the company to the latest issue of JMP Foreword magazine.

The company has used well-designed experiments to position itself as a pioneer in organic light-emitting diodes (OLED), announcing last year that it would be the first to manufacture OLED lighting panels in the US. You can read more about the backstory.

Analytically Speaking host Anne Milley snagged an interview with Lee, and they talk extensively about statistics as the secret sauce for creating innovative products. During his 20 years of experience applying statistics and quality engineering principles to develop robust, system-level solutions, Lee has improved product delivery and saved millions of dollars.

Lee and Milley discuss:

  • Driving a better customer experience with quick answers on reliability.
  • The role of a carefully designed experiment in quality engineering.
  • Making the most of your team’s collective experience.
  • How to find the most promising analytic approaches to solve your problems.
  • What’s on the horizon for OLED?

We hope you enjoy this episode of Analytically Speaking and share it with others who want to apply quality engineering principles to create innovative products.

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