Locked-In Syndrome: What we can learn from Boeing’s 737 Max decisions
APRIL 16, 2019
To get around this, they developed an automated anti-stall system (MCAS) to point the noise downwards when the plane risked stalling. Locked-in Syndrome is common in organizations even when they’re seemingly doing all the right things (applying Lean and Agile to iteratively build their company and product). Boeing’s vision ( as stated on their website ) is to be the best in aerospace, and their 2025 goals revolve around market leadership and growth.