The Apollo 7 mission was a troubled one due to the crew's illness and resulted in several heated discussions between the flight crew and ground crew. It seems to me that the ground crew was partly to blame for this as well: for example, from what I've read, schedules were tightened (instead of loosened due to the ill flight crew) and test procedures seem to have been problematic as indicated by Schirra's remarks: "I wish you would find out the idiot’s name who thought up this test. I want to find out, and I want to talk to him personally when I get back down."
Due to their behavior, none of the three astronauts were nominated for subsequent flights. But I wonder whether there were any consequences for the ground personal as well? Was the way scheduling was planned changed? Was someone moved to a different job or faced other consequences?