Did you know that Design Of Experiments started in 1747, where while serving as surgeon on HMS Salisbury, James Lind conducted out a systematic clinical trial to compare medications for scurvy.
This methodology for design of experiments was again proposed by Ronald Fisher, in his books: The Arrangement of Field Experiments (1926) and The Design of Experiments (1935). Much of his revolutionary work dealt with agricultural applications of statistical methods.
Design of experiments (DOE) is an approach used in numerous industries for conducting experiments to develop new products and processes faster, and to improve existing products and processes. When applied correctly, it can decrease time to market, decrease development and production costs, and improve quality and reliability. Design of Experiments, a very powerful method for determining cause and effect relationships. One of the most powerful tools in the lean six sigma toolkit.
Team Faber Infinite has been successfully using this tool in engineering, textiles, commercial farms and many more industries to eliminate errors and improve yield. This tool has been successfully delivering results since 1747, are you benefiting from it?