Provides an accounting of Procter & Gamble handling a product security Controversy (1980) surrounds his leaving tampons. Can be used as part of a series, Managing Product Safety, the opportunity to compare and contrast the social response strategies employed by companies involved in a catastrophic product safety controversy as intended to be used.

Provides an accounting of Procter & Gamble handling a product security Controversy (1980) surrounds his leaving tampons. Can be used as part of a series, Managing Product Safety, the opportunity to compare and contrast the social response strategies employed by companies involved in a catastrophic product safety controversy as intended to be used.
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Kenneth E. Goodpaster,
Dekkers L. Davidson
Source: Harvard Business School
8 pages.
Release Date: 03 February, 1983. Prod #: 383131-PDF-ENG
Managing Product Safety: The Case of Procter & Gamble leaving tampon HBR case solution