British Midland Flight 92

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CASE STUDY. Description of a plane crash that happened in England in the late 1980s

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British Midland Flight 92: Abstract

This two-part case describes the circumstances surrounding a 1989 plane crash in central England. Part A describes what happened in the cockpit as determined by the analysis of the flight data recorder and cockpit voice recorder (black boxes). Part B presents the same events, with added detail, in the form of a comic book depicting the people involved (pilots, passengers, and cabin crew), the physical space they occupied, and their actions and reactions to the unfolding disaster.

Multi-part case

  • Part A
  • Part B (included when buying a teacher license only)

Teaching objectives

  • Recognize cognitive biases in decision-making situations
  • Recognize the role of emotions in decision making
  • Understand the pre-conditions for decision making
  • Identify the roles and actions of players causing them to make poor decisions
  • Recommend ways managers can improve their decision-making ability

Main themes covered

  • Human and social dimensions of decision making
  • Cognitive biases

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Also available in French.

Teaching notes are available to teachers only. Please contact  HEC Montréal Case Centre.

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