Hurricane Katrina Group Ethical Case Study

Hurricane Katrina Group Ethical Case Study - Stakeholders...

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Stakeholders This case is being analyzed from an engineering perspective. The engineering perspective is the most important perspective because the technical problems associated with this case have a direct correlation with the destruction caused by the flooding. The ethical problems that arise from both cases are also directly related with the central technical problem. Primary Stakeholders The primary stakeholders of this case include the United States government, hurricane victims, businesses and design engineers. The U.S. government did not execute efficiently and timely, contributing to fatalities that could have been avoided. President Bush faced the second greatest disaster in his career and did not act well enough to prevent these casualties. This discrepancy of leadership will not provide President Bush with any accolades. Governor Kathleen Blanco also inadequately ordered evacuation procedures, overlooking many areas of Louisiana that should have been abandoned before the wake of
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