Parveen S Goel

Associate faculty


Dr. Parveen Goel is an executive with Canada Post Corporation who has served in Engineering, Operations and Program Management areas. He previously worked as a Director of Engineering at TRW Automotive (now known as ZF Automotive) and as Senior Reliability Engineer at Ford Motor Co. His academic research has been focused on the areas of Reliability, Quality, Continuous Improvement methodologies and New Product & Process Design. He has published more than 30 research papers in International journals in these areas.

He is a certified Professional Engineer by the State of Michigan USA, PMP by Project Management Institute and a Sis Sigma Black Belt holder.


He is a technical leader who has successfully launched new plants and innovative products in the supply chain and automotive industry, created continuous improvement culture and transformed businesses in large public and private organizations. He is a hands-on operational leader who enjoys solving complex business challenges.


PhD in Industrial Engineering

Wayne State University, Detroit, USA


Canada Post President's Impact Award

For Innovation & Leadership

TRW Chairman's Award

For Innovation

Ford Motor Company Customer-Driven Quality Award

Three-time recipient


Goel P.S., Jain R., & Gupta P. (2004). Six Sigma for Transactions and Service. New York: McGraw-Hill.

Goel, P. S., & Singh N. (2002). Integrating Quality, Reliability and Durability Engineering, in Product Development.

Collaborative Engineering for Product Design and Development. American Scientific Publishers.

Yadav, O.P., Nepal, B., Goel, P.S., Jain, R. and Mohanty, R.P. (2010) “Insights and learning from lean manufacturing implementation practices,” International Journal of Services and Operations Management, Vol. 6, No. 4, 2010.

Yadav, O.P., & Goel, P.S. (2008). "Customer satisfaction driven quality improvement target planning for product development in automotive industry," International Journal of Production Economics, Vol. 113 Issue # 2, 997-1011.

Sonawane, D., Orady, E., & Goel, P.S (2006). Analysis of Rotational Axial Displacement of Tension Style Ball Joint Using Design of Experiments,” International Journal of Science and Technology (IJST), vol. 17, No. 1&2 2006.

Goel, P.S., & Itabashi-Campbell, R. (2004). Analytical Approach to Meeting Reliability and Confidence Requirements of Automotive Steering Systems. SAE 2004 Transactions Journal of Materials & Manufacturing, 113.

Yadav, O.P., Singh, N., Chinnam, R.B., & Goel, P.S. (2003). A fuzzy logic based approach to reliability improvement estimation during product development. Reliability Engineering and System Safety, 80(1), 63-74.

Yadav, O. P., Singh, N., & Goel, P.S. (2003). A Framework for reliability prediction during product development process incorporating engineering judgments. Quality Engineering, 15(4), 649-662.

Kumar, P., & Goel, P.S. (2002). Quality Optimization (Multi-Criterion) Using Fuzzy Set Concepts - An Approach and a Case Study. Quality Engineering, 15(1), 1–8.

Goel, P.S., Iksung Lim, Ilseob & Taesung Kim (Sept. 2002). Case Study: Integrated Approach for Prioritization in Automobile Development Process. Journal of the Korean Society for Quality Management, 139-149.

Goel, P. S., & Singh, N. (2001). A Flexible Approach for Prioritization in Product Development Process. Global Journal of Flexible System Management 2(1), 19-28.

Kumar, P., Singh, N., & Goel, P.S. (1999). A Multi-Objective Framework for the Design of Vacuum Sealed Molding Process. Robotics and Computer-Integrated Manufacturing, 15(5), 413-422.

Goel, P. S., & Singh, N. (1999). A New Paradigm for Durable Product Design with Up-front Consideration of Lifetime Performance. Robotics and Computer-Integrated Manufacturing, 15(1), 65-75.

Goel, P. S., & Singh, N. (1998). A Multi-Objective Design Optimization Model with Total Life Cycle Consideration. SAE 1998 Transactions: Journal of Passenger Cars,106-7.

Goel, P. S., & Singh, N. (1997). A Framework for Integrating Quality, Reliability, and Durability in Product Design with Life Cycle Cost Considerations. Quality Engineering, 10(2).