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Unformatted text preview: themselves. But administrator O’Keefe is more concerned about board findings on NASA’s decision-making. Aviation Week & Space Technology, 26–28; Covault, C. (2003, April 28). Echoes of Challenger. Evidence is growing that NASA’s failure to fully implement lessons from the earlier accident played a key role in the loss of Columbia. (Vaughan quote). Aviation Week & Space Technology, 29–31; Guterl, F. (2003, February 17) The human factor; as NASA searches for the cause of the Columbia disaster, the manned space program is on trial. It’s time to ask: what is the point of putting people into space? Newsweek, p. 46; Levin, A. (2003, April 24) NASA took too great a risk, witnesses say. USA Today, p. 3A; Levin, A., & Watson, T. (2003, May 7). Shuttle problems seen as surmountable. USA Today, p. 4A; Schwartz, J., & Wald, M. L. (2003, March 29); Space agency culture comes under scrutiny. New York Times, p. A7. 2. Mintzberg, H. (1979). The structuring of organizations. Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice-Hall. 3. MacCrimmon, K....
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