Well written, easy to follow and should be a must for change managers and those interested in continual improvement. The worksheets and suggested monitoring systems are an ideal template, highly recommended.
If you're in anyway familiar with FMEA this is probably not for you. However if you have any doubts then it's a good starting point to check assumptions. For complete beginners I found it very useful. It introduces the processes and terms very clearly and gives you enough knowledge to start a more detailed exploration of the subject. It takes a couple of hours to read and it's short enough to scan read and then revisit a couple of times to absorb the information. Also cheap enough to buy a few copies and drop them in your team mailbox.
Dealing with a Products Quality role, I needed to improve my knowledge in Failure Mode Effects Analysis. Clearly illustrated and, above all, in a simple way. I liked. I would recommend the book to any technician or engineer working in the industry (aerospace, automotive, etc.) or interested in the argument.
This little book is great for getting used to the topic of FMEA. It doesn't offer in-depth critical analysis but does give anyone wishing to carry out a FMEA a good starting point. Also its a fast read and maybe good to use as a quick reference guide.