Vice President, Rational Smarter Product Development
IBM Software Group
As engineers, we have been exposed to the greatest engineering triumphs (The CERN Large Hadron Collider) and the most humbling of disasters (Tacoma Washington Bridge). These engineering missteps fall somewhere in between. These reflect all the worst practices of engineering, from poor requirements definition, inadequate modeling, incomplete testing, poor change management, and a clear lack of interlock across engineering teams and with their customer.
Enjoy, and I hope you don't know anyone who worked on these projects!