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This is a table of the chapters in Turn the Ship Around!…

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This is a table of the chapters in Turn the Ship Around! and the mechanism highlighted in each chapter. Provided to aid people in finding the chapter where a specific mechanism was discussed.

Part/Chapter Number

Title

Mechanism

Part I:

Starting Over

Chapter 1

  • Pain
  • Think Anew about Leadership

Chapter 2

  • Business as Usual

Chapter 3

  • Change of Course

Chapter 4

  • Frustration

Chapter 5

  • Call to Action

Chapter 6

  • “Whatever they tell me to do!”

Chapter 7

  • “I relieve you!”
  • Achieve Excellence, Don’t Just Avoid Errors

Part II:

Control

“Give control, create leaders.”

Chapter 8

  • Change, in a Word
  • Find the Genetic Code for Control [Culture] and rewrite it.

Chapter 9

  • “Welcome aboard Santa Fe!”
  • Act your way to new thinking.

Chapter 10

  • Under Way on Nuclear Power
  • Short early conversations make efficient work.

Chapter 11

  • “I intend to . . .”
  • Use “I intend to…” to turn passive followers into active leaders.

Chapter 12

  • Up Scope!
  • Resist the urge to provide solutions.

Chapter 13

  • Who’s Responsible?
  • Eliminate top-down monitoring systems.

Chapter 14

  • “A new ship”
  • Think Out Loud (both superiors and subordinates)

Chapter 15

  • “We have a problem.”
  • Embrace the inspectors.

Part III:

Competence

Chapter 16

  • “Mistakes just happen!”
  • Take Deliberate Action

Chapter 17

  • “We learn.”
  • We Learn

Chapter 18

  • Under Way for San Diego
  • Don’t Brief, Certify.

Chapter 19

  • All Present and Accounted For
  • Continuously and consistently Repeat the Message.

Chapter 20

  • Final Preparations
  • Specify Goals, not methods.

Part IV:

Clarity

Chapter 21

  • Under Way for Deployment
  • Build Trust and Take Care of Your People

Chapter 22

  • A Remembrance of War
  • Use your legacy for inspiration

Chapter 23

  • Leadership at Every Level
  • Use guiding principles for decision criteria.

Chapter 24

  • A Dangerous Passage
  • Use immediate recognition to reinforce desired behaviors.

Chapter 25

  • Looking Ahead
  • Begin with the End in Mind.

Chapter 26

  • Combat Effectiveness
  • Encourage a Questioning Attitude Over Blind Obedience.

Chapter 27

  • Homecoming

Chapter 28

  • A New Method of Resupplying

Chapter 29

  • Ripples

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