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- On ethics: Brad Agle
- ‘Condemned in the court of my own conscience’: Lessons in leadership from NASA’s shuttle disasters
- Appendix 1: NASA's matrix organizational structure: Launch (program) and institutional chains of command
- Appendix 2: Inside the shuttle Challenger disaster: Final telephone conference meeting participants (Morton Thiokol & NASA; January 27, 1986*)
- Appendix 3a: Three flight readiness review viewgraphs on the post-flight assessment of Mission 51-C (January 1985, 53ºF); and Appendix 3b: What might account for NASA’s reluctance to accept Thiokol’s original launch recommendation for a 53ºF threshold?
- Appendix 4: Inside the Management Information Center conference room at Morton Thiokol in Utah (January 27, 1986*)
- Appendix 5: Marshall Space Flight Center Manager Apocalypse’s memo to NASA Inspector General’s Office immediately following the Challenger disaster (February 1986)
- Appendix 6: N. Wayne Hale Jr. Memo to all Johnson Space Center (JSC) personnel on the approaching anniversary of the Columbia accident (January 27, 2004)
- Appendix 7: Roger Boisjoly, Thiokol Memo (July 31, 1985)
- Appendix 8a: Morton Thiokol Engineer (and Senior Expert on the O-ring seals) Roger Boisjoly’s handwritten primary reasons for opposing the launch; and Appendix 8b: Morton Thiokol’s final decision chart
- Appendix 9: “Guiding principles for leadership: Identifying your core values”
- Appendix 10: Index to selected key participant interviews in Challenger: The Final Flight by episode and time location
- Pioneers in business ethics: R. Edward Freeman