Manufacturing and Quality Control
Getting your product into production is hard enough as it is, but as time goes on the expectations go up from customers and investors alike. Your business will be pressured to reduce cost, increase quality so you can reach profitability (pay back your investors) and build a loyal customer base. The key here is to understand your economies of scale, and plan ahead for corrective actions. In today's world of transparency and accountability, very few startups can afford to ship a batch of bad parts to their customers. This class will teach you how to identify cost reduction opportunities and minimize defects over time.
Resources: Quality Planning