Engineering Ethics

“Lund’s first response was to repeat his objections. But then Mason said something that made him think again. Mason asked him to think like a manager rather than an engineer.”

That fatal decision resulted in the Challenger Disaster that cost the lives of all 7 crew members. Was it because Lund was thinking like a manager? or should Lund even be thinking like a manager? Full article: Thinking Like an Engineer.

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