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Fall Semester 2012

Class meetings in CSOM 2-213

Mondays (7:30-9:15 AM)

Wednesdays (7:30-9:15 AM)

09/10

09/17

09/24

10/01

10/08

10/15

10/22

10/29

11/05

11/12

11/19

11/26

12/03

12/10

12/17

New Product Development Process (Durfee) (Lecture notes)

Due: Resume (to Erdman and Webmaster)

Due: Project Preferences (deliver to Erdman)

[Brkfst: course]

Kickoff Meetings (today, or 9/14 or 9/21)

Smiths Medical 1, 7:15am at Smiths Medical; Smiths Medical 2, 7:15am at Smiths Medical; Surgical Robotics Lab, 7:30am in room 4125B Mechanical Engineering; City Bebe, 7:30am in room 2-213 CSOM; Medtronic, TBD; GeneSegues, TBD; Medical Devices Center, TBD Due: Team Startup Activities

"Ethnographic VOC Methods" (Tom KraMer, Kablooe Design)

[Brkfst: Smiths Medical 2]

Market Research Methods II (Kimmel) (Lecture notes)

[Brkfst: City Bebe]

Team Presentations: "Project Analysis Presentation"

Teams: Smiths Medical 2, GeneSegues, City Bebe, Surgical Robotics Lab

[Brkfst: Medical Devices Center]

Financial Feasibility (Nantell) (Lecture notes)

[Brkfst: GeneSegues]

Sketching for Product Designers (Kudrowitz)

Due: RP Model (bring to class)

Due: VOC-1 Customer Needs (deliver to TBD)

[Brkfst: Smiths Medical 1]

Patent Searching (Erdman)

Due: Target Market (deliver to TBD)

Due: Schedule mid-project review (deliver to webmaster)

[Brkfst: Smiths Medical 2]

Prototyping for Product Designers (Durfee)

Due: Persona (deliver to Durfee)

Due: Concept Rendering (deliver to Durfee)

[Brkfst: Medtronic]

Market and Financial Feasibility (Teams)

Due: Patent Search (deliver to Erdman)

Due: Product Specifications (deliver to Durfee)

[Brkfst: City Bebe]

Presenting Your Product/Idea to a Potential Partner (Jorie Soskin, Medtronic)

Due: Product Datasheet (deliver to Durfee)

Due: Product Summary (deliver to Hammer)

[Brkfst: Medical Devices Center]

Team Presentations: "Prototype demo" (Teams)

Due: Prototype (bring to class)

Due: Revised Mission Statement (deliver to Adams)

[Brkfst: Surgical Robotics Lab]

Team Presentations: "Condensed Mid-Project Review" (Observation by Holt)

Teams: Medtronic, Medical Devices Center, Smiths Medical 1

Due: VOC-2 Concept Reactions (deliver to Hammer)

[Brkfst: GeneSegues]

Comments on Professional Presentations (Holt) (Lecture notes)

[Brkfst: Smiths Medical 2]

Client Mid-Project Project reviews

Mid-Project Report

09/05

09/12

09/19

09/26

10/03

10/10

10/17

10/24

10/31

11/07

11/14

11/21

11/28

12/05

12/12

12/19

Course Introduction (Iaizzo)

Discuss: Confidentiality Agreements & Intellectual Property Assignment

Discuss: Project Descriptions

Read: Chaps 1-8 Ulrich & Eppinger

[Brkfst: course]

Special session: How to Think Creatively (Kudrowitz)

7:00 am start time

Meet in CSOM 2-260Z

Read: Chaps 9-16 of Ulrich and Eppinger

Read: Managing your project

Due: C&IP Form (deliver to folders)

[Brkfst: course]

Market Research (Kimmel) (Lecture notes)

Review: pp 56-61 Ulrich & Eppinger

Due: Team Web Site (email URL to Durfee)

Due: Mission Statement (deliver to Adams)

[Brkfst: Smiths Medical 1]

Value Creation & Appropriation (Nantell) (Lecture notes)

Due: Review materials on the lecture notes page prior to class. Also review pp 61-68 of Ulrich and Eppinger

Due: Project Management Plan (deliver to Adams)

Due: VOC Plan (deliver to Adams and by email to Kimmel)

[Brkfst: Medtronic]

Team Meeting

Team Presentations: "Project Analysis Presentation"

Teams: Smiths Medical 1, Medical Devices Center, Medtronic

Due: Project Analysis (deliver to Adams)

[Brkfst: Surgical Robotics Lab]

Team Meeting

Team Meeting

Team Meeting

Team Meeting

Team Meeting

Team Meeting

Team Meeting

Team Presentations: "Condensed Mid-Project Review" (Observation by Holt)

Teams: GeneSegues, City Bebe, Surgical Robotics Lab, Smiths Medical 2

[Brkfst: Smiths Medical 1]

Client Mid-Project Project reviews

(this week or exam week)

Mid-Project Report

Due: Peer Evaluations

(Must be completed by noon)

Last day of classes: 12/12, Exam Period: 12/13-19. Project reviews occur during last week of classes or during exam week. Mid-project report and Preliminary prototype due at the Project Review.

Project Reviews:

Spring Semester 2013

Class meetings in CSOM 2-213

Mondays (7:30-9:15 AM)

Wednesdays (7:30-9:15 AM)

01/28

02/04

02/11

02/18

02/25

03/04

03/11

03/25

04/01

04/08

04/15

04/22

04/29

05/06

05/13

Spring break: March 18-22

Team Presentations : Lessons learned - Major issues to address (Teams

Due: revised Project Management Plan (deliver to Adams)

[Brkfst: Medtronic]

Developing Medical Products (Iaizzo) (Lecture notes)

[Brkfst: City Bebe]

Project Completion; Team Functioning (Adams & Harry Sapienza) (Lecture notes)

[Brkfst: Medical Devices Center]

Intellectual Property (Bob Beck and Carolyn Eckart; Beck and Tysver)

Due: revised Final Product Summary (deliver to Durfee)

[Brkfst: Surgical Robotics Lab]

How the introduction of a new health product affects the finances of a major health services provider (Daniel Zismer, School of Public Health)

[Brkfst: GeneSegues]

Product Liability (Peter Goss, Blackwell Burke P.A.)

Due: revised Mission Statement (deliver to Iaizzo)

[Brkfst: Smiths Medical 1]

Industrial Design (D. Gelfman, Medtronic)

[Brkfst: Smiths Medical 2]

Design for Manufacturing (Erdman)

Due: Patent Application (deliver to Erdman)

[Brkfst: Medtronic]

Team presentations : "Prototype Demos" (Teams)

Due: Prototype (show in class)

Due: revised Product Datasheet (deliver to Hammer)

Due: VOC-3 Prototype Reactions (deliver to Adams)

Due: Schedule Client final project review (deliver to webmaster)

[Brkfst: City Bebe]

Technical, Financial and Organizational Feasibility (Teams)

Due: Technical Risk Assessment (deliver to Erdman)

Due: Financial Risk Assessment (deliver to Adams)

Due: Elevator Story (hard copy to Durfee; verbal in class: any team member)

[Brkfst: Medical Devices Center]

Jim Fairman, Pando Technology

"The tale of an NPDBD project post-NPDBD"

Due: Organizational Risk Assessment (deliver to Adams)

Due: Manufacturing Plan (deliver to Iaizzo)

[Brkfst: Surgical Robotics Lab]

Manufacturing Medical Products (Mark Hjelle, St. Jude Medical)

[Brkfst: Smiths Medical 2]

Team presentations: "Condensed final presentation" (Observation by Holt)

Teams: Surgical Robotics Lab, Smiths Medical 2, City Bebe

[Brkfst: GeneSegues]

Client Final Project Reviews

(this week or exam week)

Final Report

Client Final Project Reviews

Final Report

01/23

01/30

02/06

02/13

02/20

02/27

03/06

03/13

03/27

04/03

04/10

04/17

04/24

05/01

05/08

05/15

Team Meeting

Team Meeting

Team Meeting

Team Meeting

Team Meeting

Team Meeting

Team Meeting

Team Meeting

Team Meeting

Team Meeting

Team Meeting

Team Meeting

Team Meeting

Team presentations: "Condensed final presentation" (Observation by Holt)

Teams: Medical Devices Center, Smiths Medical 1, Medtronic, GeneSegues

[Brkfst: Smiths Medical 1]

Client Final Project Reviews

Final Report

Friday 05/10

Due: Peer Evaluations

(Must be completed by noon)

Client Final Project Reviews

Final Report

Last day of classes: 05/10, Exam Period: 05/13-15. Project Reviews occur during last week of class or during exam week. Final Report and the Final Prototoype due at the Project Review. Wrap-Up Tasks due 05/15.

Project Reviews:

    1. Team meeting locations will be determined by the individual teams and their company sponsor. These meetings may take place off campus that the company site.
    2. Lectures start promptly at the scheduled time.
    3. Students are expected to prepare for the lectures by doing relevant (assigned or not) readings in advance and come to class ready to participate. If lectures list a lecture prep link, do the work before the lecture.
    4. "Team Presentations" means 2-3 students from each team make a formal presentation on the stated topic.
    5. All items listed as "Due" are deliverables that are due at the begining of class on the day listed. Click on the link for a description of the deliverable. Delivery of an item that is due generally consists of posting one copy on the team web site, delivering one paper copy to class and delivering one paper or email copy to the company liaison.
    6. The schedule will change. The version on the web is always the most current.