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On this page you'll find our free ebook of the month, along with our blog. We regularly update our blog with thought-provoking ideas and would love to hear what you think.

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Latest news

Football business: transfer deadline day

1 September 2014 by in Business, Current affairs, Sport

It’s transfer deadline day. Now that the world cup is over, the Premiership Autumn season is beginning.We’ve already heard about Balotelli’s move to Liverpool, Sanchez to Arsenal and Diego Costa to Chelsea. The English teams’ injection of European talent will undoubtedly shake up the football season over the next few months. (Read more)

FREE: Richard Mayson’s guide to vintage port

29 August 2014 by in Food, Wine and spirits

Richard Mayson’s Guide to Vintage Port is the most up-to-date, authoritative information source on vintage Port and its producers, and Infinite Ideas is making it available free of charge as a PDF or ebook.

Updated on a twice yearly basis the directory also contains an introduction to the production of VP and expert tasting notes, drawn from the latest edition of Richard’s prize-winning Port and the Douro, published by Infinite Ideas in its Classic Wine Library. (Read more)

Top 10 management models for your business #7: Situational crisis communication theory, Timothy Coombs (1995)

27 August 2014 by in 100+ Management Models, Business

by Fons Trompenaars and Piet Hein Coebergh, co-authors of 100+ Management Models.

Situational crisis communication theory

Problem statement
How should an organization communicate during a crisis?

According to Timothy Coombs, crises are negative events that cause stakeholders to make ‘attributions’ (interpretations) about crisis responsibility, affecting how stakeholders interact with the organization. Attribution theory holds that people constantly look to find causes, or make attributions, for different events, especially if those events are negative or unexpected. (Read more)