Why We Love Lincoln

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Kessinger Publishing, Apr 1, 2005 - Biography & Autobiography - 212 pages
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1909. The biographical account, Why We Love Lincoln, written by the renowned journalist, James Creelman, originally appeared in Pearson's Magazine. The book begins: While our great battleship fleet thundered peace and friendship to the world, as it moved from sea to sea, stinging pens and voices in one country after another answered that American had suddenly passed from blustering youth to cynical old age, and that the harmless effrontery of our nationality in the past was not to be confounded with the cold-brained, organized, money-worshipping greed of the new generation of Americans.

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James Creelman is a management author and advisor specializing in the Balanced Scorecard. Dr David Norton, co-creator of the Balanced Scorecard concept has referred to James as the foremost chronicler and historian of the Balanced Scorecard movement. James is the Global Best Practices Advisor for ODI Indonesia. He is also Senior Business Advisor for the USA headquartered The Hackett Group, which provides best-practices-based and empirically proven advice to clients looking to drive world-class performance. James has written six major works on the Balanced Scorecard.

Naresh Makhijani is a senior consultant with the Indonesia-headquartered OTI(Organization Transformation International) and Director of the Singapore-based Balanced Scorecard Solutions. A specialist in strategy management and organization transformation he has undertaken more than 40 Balanced Scorecard consulting engagement in Switzerland, Singapore, Thailand, India and Indonesia.

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