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Nasa Case Questions - I would also try to contact NASA and...

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Brooke Galietto November 19, 2008 Business 101 – NASA Case 5.19 1) Who is morally responsible for the deaths from the Challenger explosion? The four Thiokol managers who voted in recommendation of the launch are morally responsible for the deaths in the Challenger explosion. 2) If you were in Mr. Boisjoly's position on January 28, 1986 (assume you were your current age), what would you have done? I feel I would have acted similarly to Mr. Boisjoly. He tried to voice his opinion as best he could but unfortunately no one listened to him.
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Unformatted text preview: I would also try to contact NASA and warn them of his research and issues. 3) How does the NASA case impact the Creating Value business process? In this case, Thiokol is the supplier. The Creating Value business process is directly related to the supplier-business relationship. A supplier’s goal is to create value in its product so that businesses’ will want to purchase it. Thiokol misled NASA into thinking their product was safe however it wasn’t and therefore Thiokol failed to create value for NASA....
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