Turn The Ship Around

Author: L. David Marquet
Publisher: Penguin UK
ISBN: 0241250951
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'David Marquet is the kind of leader who comes around only once in a generation ... his ideas and lessons are invaluable' Simon Sinek, author of Start With Why Captain David Marquet was used to giving orders.

Selling To The C Suite Second Edition What Every Executive Wants You To Know About Successfully Selling To The Top

Author: Nicholas A. C. Read
Publisher: McGraw Hill Professional
ISBN: 1260116409
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Bob Gates, A Passion for Leadership: Lessons on Change and Reform from Fifty
Years of Public Service, New York: Knopf, 2016. Louis V. Gerstner, Jr., Who Says
Elephants Can't Dance: Inside IBM's Historic Turnaround, New York: Harper
Collins, 2002. W. Chan Kim and Renee Mauborgne, Blue Ocean Strategy,
Expanded Edition, Boston: Harvard Business School Publishing, 2015. L. David
Marquet, Turn the Ship Around!: A True Story of Building Leaders by Breaking the
Rules, ...

The American Architect And Building News

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PoRTLAND CEMENT IN IRON SHIP-BUILDING. - Portland cement has often
been described as the very life of an iron or steel ship; and considering that, as a
rule, the tendency to wear and tear from corrosion is much greater on the inside
than on the outside of their plating, the substance in question is, says the
Engineer, fairly deserving of the confidence reposed in it. If the cement is good
and well looked after, the inside surface of the plating from bilge to bilge can
suffer no injury ...

American Architect And Architecture

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[Min CHARLES F. Davis. to whom we submitted this question, replies that the kiln
of bricks can be re-set and burned, and if properly fired will make a good quality
of building-bricks. provided the bricks were made from medium-strong clay. ... P0r
!lt\nd cement has often been described as the very life of an iron or steel ship;
and considering that, as a rule, the tendency to wear 'and tear from corrosion is
much greater on the inside than on the outside of their plating, the substance in ...

Congressional Record

Author: United States. Congress
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Why Bath Iron works is such a bright spot in an otherwise dark shipbuilding
picture— including delays totaling 100 years-—is a story of Mainers who like to
build ships, of belated Navy reforms and of a company management determined
to bite off ... missiles and a 76millimeter gun, can steam at more than 30 knots
with two gas-turbine engines turning the single propeller, and is highly
automated so a comparatively small crew of 11 officers and 153 enlisted men can
operated the ship.

Local 599 Headlight

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His ship the U.S.S. w, minesweeper, was sunk *inawa, April 22nd, by a icide
plane. ... But after a lot of checking around, the story has been verified as true, by
people who were there, and heard and saw what we would hesitate to believe. ...
Meeting May 14, 1945, between Management and the Union, Nappy read the
following, quote: “Management reviewed Plant 13, 1st Shift A certain member of
Supervision, Frank Bubin, has been threatening the boys for breaking factory

U S News World Report

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41 New turn In 15-yr war: real story of Vietnam: French encounter: U S
experiences against Viet Cong; rural masses indifferent; top planners debate
options, Mr 23 p 50-52 What war In Vietnam is costing; January 1. ... p 13:1 Pull
back of G I's: how many. . . why. . . from bases overseas, Ap 20 p 6:2 Nation's
moral duty to its fighting men — military view; limited-combat operations as In
Vietnam pose moral, morale problems for men, military leaders, nation, govt; Maj
Gen Max S Johnson.

Congressional Record

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There never was any real danger that this country would find itself groaning
under Fascist oppression, but there is a measure of real danger that freedom can
turn into nationwide license until the national spirit is truly darkened and freedom
... We thought of the university, much as we often hated its official guts, as the one
sanctuary where persuasion by reason must rule alone and supreme, if the
university itself were to be preserved from the outside hands of force and

The Washingtonian

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The lead story reveals how the Senate plans to rid itself of a mice problem: build
them a separate office building for $280 million (including an $80 million built-in
cost overrun to avoid possible scandals and GAO investigations). Another
scheme ... Loud Tom, imported from Cincinnati to replace David Israel, is referred
to around the sports department as the “Mistake,” and another sportswriter
sompare his commentary with “the sort of stuff you hear from drunks in an Irish
bar." Undeterred ...