Greetings,I'm looking for recommendations for some books. I'm not even sure how to describe the subject I'm looking for in a few keywords so my search results haven't been very focused.I'm an EE who's always worked in a casual R&D environment. First for a university, currently for a government contractor. Our work has generally been to develop prototypes but rarely to transition those to any kind of manufacturing volumes.I'm trying to change the culture and move us to a more formal engineering environment. I know a little bit of what's involved but would like a couple of good books that explain things in detail. Something that would cover the subjects of part numbering systems, formal documentation procedures, ECO's, etc. I'm not looking to implement a full ISO9001 system, but just some sort of structure to get us away from the chaos of designs being implemented differently by each engineer. I want us to become a "grown-up" R&D/manufacturing company but we're currently a long ways from that.Any thoughts?Thanks,Wot
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