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“Flawless Launches: Profitable Products,” Free Download Today (02/08/2021)

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Best Seller Publishing announces the release of Eric Maass’ new book, “Flawless Launches: Profitable Products.” It is available for free download in the Amazon Kindle Store today, February 8th.

This book shares a proven path to successful, profitable new products. Probabilistic, model-based thinking, also called Predictive Engineering, defines profitable products to delight customers and investors. During product development, predictive engineering ensures customer and business expectations for cost and time to market are met or exceeded. Predictive Engineering prepares the supply chain so the new product is launched with optimal yield, cycle time and cost.

In this book, success stories are shared, along with an overview of transformational leadership so the organization can both expect and celebrate flawless launches of profitable products.

“Flawless Launches” by Eric Maass will be free and available for download on Amazon for 5 days (02/08/2021 - 02/12/2021) at:

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About the Author:

Recently retired as Senior Director at Medtronic, Eric Maass helped lead and accelerate the DFSS / DRM program for Medtronic, and was recognized with Medtronic’s Star of Excellence Award and as a Technical Fellow.

Dr. Maass has more than forty years of experience, ranging from research and development through manufacturing, to director of operations for a $160 million business and director of design and systems engineering for Motorola’s RF Products Division.

Dr.Maass was a co-founder of the Six Sigma methods at Motorola, and was a key advocate for the focus on variance reduction; his article on a “Strategy to Reduce Variance” was published in 1987, the year that Motorola announced Six Sigma. He co-developed YSM(TM), a patented method for multiple response optimization that has resulted in over 60 first-pass successful new products. The teams he led twice set records for product development, first with a family of logic products and again when he led the HiPerComm operation to develop high data rate fiber optic and wireless Products.

He was the Lead Master Black Belt for Design for Six Sigma at Motorola. He coauthored the “Handbook of Fiber Optic Data Communication” and a variety of chapters in books and articles ranging from concept selection to augmentation of design of experiments to multiple response optimization to advanced decision-making methods to DFSS for Software.

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