Year of Graduation
Helen of Troy, Marlborough, MA
Geoff G. Parker
Post-mortem project assessments are a powerful tool that can be used to aid companies in strategically changing over time to achieve greater things and increase standards. This project involved executing a multi-project post-mortem assessment of the new product development process (NPDP) at Helen of Troy by collecting project specific quantitative and qualitative data, and conducting individual interviews and group post-mortem discussions. The result of this assessment is an objective analysis of the strengths and weaknesses of the NPDP and a comprehensive set of systematic and implementable process improvement proposals. These results were provided to the sponsor, as well as a post-mortem assessment guideline for future projects.
Level of Access
Restricted: Campus/Dartmouth Community Only Access
Kuntanarumitkul, Pitchaya, "Assessment of the New Product Development Process at Helen of Troy" (2018). ENGG 390 Reports (MEM Students). 33.
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