"A major malfunction ..." the story behind the space shuttle Challenger disaster /

Provides a full overview of the Challenger disaster that took place January 28, 1986, and the "seriously flawed" decision making process that led to the tragedy. Uses the overview as a basis for discussion about managerial processes, ethics, and organizational effectiveness.

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Main Author: Maier, Mark W. 1961-
Corporate Author: State University of New York at Binghamton. Educational Communications Center.
Format: Video DVD
Language:English
Published:Binghamton, N.Y. : Educational Communications Center, State University of New York, [2003], ©2003.
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Summary:Provides a full overview of the Challenger disaster that took place January 28, 1986, and the "seriously flawed" decision making process that led to the tragedy. Uses the overview as a basis for discussion about managerial processes, ethics, and organizational effectiveness.
Item Description:Accompanied by: Research case (1 v.) ; Comprehensive facilitator's guide (1 v.) ; 10 Color transparency masters ; 1 O-ring facsimile (Hoover vacuum cleaner belt #48) ; 1 CD-ROM which includes additional background material and teaching aids.
"A pedagogical documentary about organizational politics, leadership and ethical decision-making"-- Videodisc Container.
Bonus features: 1. STS 51-L (Challenger) crew arrival at Kennedy Space Center (Jan. 23, 1986) -- 2. O-ring installation & inspection for STS 26 (April 14, 1988) -- 3. STS-51-L (Challenger) launch activities: crew departure for launch pad; suiting upl launch through failure (Jan. 28, 1986)
Physical Description:1 videodisc (161 min.) : sound, color ; 4 3/4 in.
Originally released on videocassettes in 1992.
Format:DVD.
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