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  • Business model: Balancing transparency, Piet Hein Coebergh and Edi Cohen | Infinite Ideas
    When people open up and behave more transparently mutual trust is raised and behaviour becomes more flexible Conversely redundant transparency results in people feeling over monitored making them feel mistrusted Juridification the burden of rules that govern a group typically measures redundancy of transparency The reconciliation of the dilemma between emancipation and juridification is governed by the individual and collective morality taste ethics and intelligence of stakeholders as some people deal well with tough information while others don t Results The model helps to identify the risks and benefits of transparency for individuals or organizations This aids in assessing to what extent transparency should be more or less pursued in a given context Comments The pros and cons of transparency are increasingly being researched For global societies Kirstin Lord found that the information revolution may not lead to security democracy or peace 2007 For publicly listed corporations Coebergh 2011 found that transparency in corporate strategy significantly contributes to corporate reputation and to liquidity of stock In a historical essay Manfred Schneider 2013 also shows that the human urge for transparency is constantly growing leading to societal control increasingly replacing societal trust Literature Coebergh P H Cohen E 2009 Grenzen aan transparantie Amsterdam Business Contact Coebergh P H 2011 Voluntary Disclosure of Corporate Strategy Determinants and Outcomes An Empirical Study into the Risks and Payoffs of Communicating Corporate Strategy available online at Social Science Research Network Lord K M 2007 The Perils and Promise of Global Transparency Why the Information Revolution May Not Lead to Security Democracy or Peace New York State University of New York Press Search Recent posts Alice in strategy land by Kate M Santon can help improve your business Career lessons from The Walking Dead be adaptable The pros and cons of self publishing your business book

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  • The only management models book you will ever need | Infinite Ideas
    wishing to find out which management models can work best for their organization You can view the contents list and see some sample models on this page Fons Trompenaars is the world s leading cross cultural management expert He is founder and director of Trompenaars Hampden Turner THT a renowned consulting firm in the field of intercultural management He is the author or co author of eleven books on culture and business including the global bestseller Riding the waves of culture His books have been translated into a dozen languages Piet Hein Coebergh is an expert in formulating and communicating corporate strategy He is lecturer at the University of Applied Sciences Leiden and managing consultant at Coebergh Communications PR He is author or co author of a dozen books and articles on communication governance and e commerce I highly encourage students academics and leaders in business and government to take note of the latest sustainable business models theories and best practices set out in this book The reason is straightforward we all have a responsibility to make the much needed transformational change towards a more sustainable and equitable world Paul Polman CEO Unilever and Chairman World Business Council for Sustainable Development WBCSD Search Recent posts Alice in strategy land by Kate M Santon can help improve your business Career lessons from The Walking Dead be adaptable The pros and cons of self publishing your business book Zombie identification for beginners What would Rick do Ten career boosting tips from The Walking Dead Blog Post Categories 100 Management Models 15 5742 Days 6 Authentic leadership 10 Basil Bunting and A strong song tows us 8 Book publishing 51 Business and finance 128 Classic Wine Library 8 Codebreaking our future 6 Current events 37 Entertainment 39 Football Business 9 Game of Thrones

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  • Top 10 management models for your business #8: Communication and employee engagement | Infinite Ideas
    This conceptual model illustrates the possible impact of communication on employee engagement at an organizational level Engagement is recognized as a three component construct comprising emotional cognitive and physical dimensions associated with dedication absorption and vigour The three psychological conditions necessary for engagement meaningfulness safety and availability that Robert Kahn identified in his later work are integrated into the model Commitment is associated with engagement and is affected by leadership communication so the model integrates the constructs of organizational commitment as an antecedent of engagement It positions aspects of leadership communication from senior managers in relation to employee engagement Communication is a psychological need of employees which organizations have to meet to maintain and develop employee engagement Aspects of internal corporate communication are positioned as influencing engagement variables on the one hand by promoting commitment and a sense of belonging and as communication engagement outcomes on the other through awareness and understanding The model conceptualizes innovation competitiveness and organizational effectiveness as organizational outcomes of employee engagement which can be promoted by effective internal corporate communication Results The model encourages communicators to consider potential engagement effects of communication strategies and tactics as well as the communication needs of employees In combination with a wide choice of tools that are available on the Internet typically provided by consulting firms who offer additional services for analysis and implementation the model serves as an academic reference and possible framework for improvement plans Comments Despite its importance for leaders of organizations there is considerable academic confusion about the meaning of employee engagement and its contribution to performance On a theoretical level however there appears to be consensus about the strong role of communication This is in line with how various authors on management theory define the importance of communication in leadership including John Kotter s 8 step process for leading change discussed earlier in this Part with step four being communicating the vision for buy in Surprisingly corporate communication literature has not yet adequately considered the concept of engagement This may be due to confusion concerning the concept and to concerns about overlaps with other constructs such as commitment This model tackles the gap in the literature modelling the role of internal corporate communication in enhancing employee engagement Literature Albrecht S L 2012 Handbook of Employee Engagement Perspectives Issues Research and Practice Cheltenham Edward Elgar Groysberg B Slind M 2012 Leadership is a Conversation Harvard Business Review June pp 75 84 Welch M 2011 The Evolution of the Employee Engagement Concept Communication Implications Corporate Communications An International Journal 16 4 pp 328 346 Search Recent posts Alice in strategy land by Kate M Santon can help improve your business Career lessons from The Walking Dead be adaptable The pros and cons of self publishing your business book Zombie identification for beginners What would Rick do Ten career boosting tips from The Walking Dead Blog Post Categories 100 Management Models 15 5742 Days 6 Authentic leadership 10 Basil Bunting and A strong song tows us 8

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  • 100+ Management Models Archives » Page 3 of 3 » Infinite Ideas | Infinite Ideas | Page 3
    the success story of Bangladeshi banker economist and Nobel Peace Prize recipient Muhammad Yunus who developed the concepts of microcredit and microfinance small loans given to entrepreneurs too poor to qualify for traditional bank loans Other examples include the limited success of the Tata Nano car and the success of Hindustan Lever Ltd one of Unilever s largest subsidiaries Comments Critics have claimed that the BoP proposition might be too good to be true Karnani 2006 states that the BoP proposition is at best a harmless illusion and potentially a dangerous delusion The BoP argument is riddled with inaccuracies and fallacies Other than the success of microcredit there have not been many convincing examples of the fortune to be made at the bottom of the pyramid Kay and Lewenstein Harvard Business Review April 2013 Literature Karnani Aneel G 2006 Fortune at the Bottom of the Pyramid A Mirage Ross School of Business Paper No 1035 Available at Social Science Research Network London T Hart S L 2011 Next Generation Business Strategies for the Base of the Pyramid New Approaches for Building Mutual Values Upper Saddle River Pearson Prahalad C K 2004 Fortune at the Bottom of the Pyramid Eradicating Poverty through Profits Philadelphia Wharton School Publishing How to understand and apply the world s most powerful business tools 20 January 2014 by Infinite Ideas in 100 Management Models Business and finance Fons Trompenaars and Piet Hein Coebergh explain the eight dominant management trends that form the basis for their analysis of 100 Management Models Fons Trompenaars ranked among the top fifty management thinkers worldwide 14 November 2013 by Laura Sandford in 100 Management Models Business and finance Publisher Infinite Ideas is delighted that one of its best selling authors international management consultant Fons Trompenaars has yet again proven himself one of the world s most influential management thinkers by ranking among the top fifty business men and women to be selected for the excellence and originality of their work including top rated Harvard Business School innovation expert Clayton Christensen two strategy professors boasting a record breaking bestseller and an unprecedented number of female thinkers Featuring in the 2011 and now also the 2013 Thinkers50 ranking read Oscars of management thinking Fons claims that his enduring success may be a result of an increasing need for knowledge of intercultural management and he s probably right cultural differences are becoming alarmingly apparent with the intensification of globalisation in twenty first century business And as foreign business escalates within corporations and SMEs alike there is a growing demand for intelligent observations that will help managers to succeed fully in their chosen markets The Thinkers50 awards ceremony taking place every two years and revered by the global business community followed a day of discussions with some of the top business school leaders and high tea with 2011 ranked thinkers with intimate discussions on topics such as innovation capitalism work and sustainability Fons is the co author of Innovating in a global cris is Servant

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  • A Day in the Life of a Book on the Underground | Infinite Ideas
    west Whoosh this train is coming very fast it s a good job I m standing behind the yellow line I hop on and zoom we re off All the way under the city I speed past Westminster Hello Prime Minister and on to Earl s Court Oh careful with me Somebody has put me in their bag I wonder if we re going to the London Book Fair My final ride of the day is the Bakerloo Line what a funny name I get on at Baker Street such a huge fan of Sherlock Holmes you know I wonder if he will enjoy reading me Oh well no time to stop racing all the way up the line to Paddington Is he there Perhaps I could share one of his marmalade sandwiches Just catch the fast train to Oxford I think I ll pop in to the Infinite Ideas office and tell them about my adventure If you enjoyed reading about 5742 Days Anniversary Edition s day on the London Underground check out the book which is available now Special thanks to BooksUndergrnd for distributing our books Search Recent posts Alice in strategy land by Kate M Santon can help improve your business Career lessons from The Walking Dead be adaptable The pros and cons of self publishing your business book Zombie identification for beginners What would Rick do Ten career boosting tips from The Walking Dead Blog Post Categories 100 Management Models 15 5742 Days 6 Authentic leadership 10 Basil Bunting and A strong song tows us 8 Book publishing 51 Business and finance 128 Classic Wine Library 8 Codebreaking our future 6 Current events 37 Entertainment 39 Football Business 9 Game of Thrones on Business 22 Implementing ISO 9001 2015 5 Lifestyle 43 Nine visions of capitalism

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  • Bereaved mother wants to spread the word about consequences of recreational drug use | Infinite Ideas
    despite this many people are still willing to take risks It is important to stress that we need to do what we can in order to deter young people from taking drugs However had Martha known that what she was about to take was 91 pure she would probably have taken a lot less in fact I d go as far as to say that she might still be alive Martha wanted to get high she didn t want to die No parent wants either but there s one of those options that s preferable to the other Anybody who finds a book can let Anne Marie and Infinite Ideas know via Twitter 5742Days Infinite Ideas ENDS For further information contact Catherine Holdsworth catherine infideas com Telephone 01865 514888 5 742 Days A Mother s Journey Through Loss Special 1st Anniversary Edition Anne Marie Cockburn 9 99 Publication date 7 July 2014 ISBN 9781908984333 Paperback 198 x 129mm 174pp Published by Infinite Ideas Notes for editors Books will be left in restaurants cafés museums and public places around the city centre on 19th July exactly 52 weeks after Martha Fernback died As a legacy of Martha s death Anne Marie set up a website to encourage others to become involved in safeguarding the lives of young people www whatmarthadidnext org To commemorate Anne Marie s last perfect day with Martha at the beach the day before she died she ll be holding a public picnic on Saturday 19th July from 12 30pm at Hinksey Lake where Martha died Just bring along a picnic and a blanket to sit on Search Recent posts Alice in strategy land by Kate M Santon can help improve your business Career lessons from The Walking Dead be adaptable The pros and cons of self publishing

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  • Rebecca Clare, Author at Infinite Ideas | Infinite Ideas
    Members of parliament have powers to help redesign capitalism as a beneficial force in our nation and insist that it builds industries which engage and develop us all Where every organization performs before an appreciative crowd the world is changed Charles Hampden Turner and Fons Trompenaars are the authors of Nine visions of capitalism with Tom Cummings It will be published on 7th September 2015 To preorder please email info infideas com To find out more about Charles Hampden Turner and Fons Tromenaars and their company please click here Which Game of Thrones character are you most like Prime Minister 18 March 2015 by Rebecca Clare in Business and finance Game of Thrones on Business In a recent BuzzFeed interview David Cameron was asked which Game of Thrones character he identified most with His answer was Ned Stark Now we suspect one reason for this might be that Dave has very little knowledge of Game of Thrones but is vaguely aware of the events of season 1 and recognises Ned Stark as he s played by Sean Bean who was well known before the series In a world where to get the popular vote you have to show interest in what the people are interested in especially if you know you re seen as a bit of an elitist telling us that you don t really watch Game of Thrones isn t a viable answer even though it d be preferable for the Prime Minister to know less about Game of Thrones and more about the situation in Syria or Ukraine Had Cameron had a greater knowledge of Game of Thrones he might have seen that Ned Stark is possibly not the best answer for the leader of the country to give Ned is of course honourable noble and a man of action But he is not a man of thought tending to rush into the fray without properly weighing up a situation Petyr Baelish wryly notes the Stark family characteristics of quick tempers and slow minds nor is he politically adept Having helped Robert Baratheon win his rebellion Ned retreats to Winterfell but this means that when years later he has to venture to King s Landing as Robert s new Hand he has no political alliances to call upon Lacking anybody he can truly trust it s little wonder he blunders so gravely that he finds his neck on Ilyn Payne s block So if Ned Stark was the wrong answer for the Prime Minister to give what might have been the right one Tywin Lannister clever masterly in strategy great in a crisis Well we can see why DC would have wanted to avoid this one really Brutal and patrician Tywin represents the side of the Tories that Cameron would like us to forget The kind of ruler who gets his henchmen to burn farms and villages in order to root out wrongdoers and show the small folk what it means to cross him is not really the ruler a privileged member of the ruling class wants to identify with Shame really since Tywin has many qualities to recommend him He has a brilliant mind and can play most situations to his advantage When others might worry about how their actions will be perceived Tywin looks only to what is best for the advancement of the Lannister family which is great if you re on his side and deadly if you re not His ability to make decisions quickly and stick to them means he is great in times of crisis His major flaw arguably the one that got him killed is a lack of empathy While he s great at playing political games he s unable to recognise when people don t play the game when they react emotionally rather than acting strategically Because of this Tyrion surprised him twice first by demanding a trial by combat and second by doing the unthinkable and letting his arrows fly Mance Rayder man of the people who united disparate tribes in a common goal Now this would have made a much better answer Instead of identifying himself with a member of any ruling elite Cameron could have positioned himself as a plain speaking ruler who s truly democratic and loved by his followers though perhaps that s more in the realms of fantasy than Game of Thrones itself The Free Folk laugh at folk on the southern side of the wall for bending the knee to those whose rule is inherited rather than earned Instead they follow a king who has proved himself worthy of the title He s as clever as Tywin managing to unite more than 100 warring clans simply by making them see that something bigger and more important than their petty squabbles is coming their way and if they don t unite and head south of the wall they ll all end up dead or worse His ambitious plan to get round the Wall and take the Night s Watch by surprise would most likely have succeeded were it not for Jon Snow s infiltration of the Wildlings If he s able to enter into a coalition with Stannis Baratheon it could prove to be a winning alliance Daenerys Targaryen compassionate decisive and strategically adept Plus you know she s young and female so had Cameron given this answer he could have gained a few points with a section of the electorate which probably feels it has little in common with him Although Daenerys comes from a ruling elite the Targaryens having been kings of Westeros for the last 300 years she s in exile and unlike her brother does not take it for granted that she should rule Her qualifications for leading her people come from her abilities rather than her name As Jorah tells her when he first realises her potential You have a good claim a title a birthright but you have something more than that You have a gentle heart You would be not only respected and feared you would be loved Someone who can rule and should rule Centuries come and go without a person like that coming into the world Instead of crumbling when she loses her child and her husband she transforms herself into the Mother of Dragons we ve grown to love freeing slaves punishing the wicked and gathering a vast throng of supporters She s not perfect having shown an impatience with those who question her decisions that could tip into something more dictatorial But at the moment we love her just charismatic and strong she s the kind of leader we could only dream of having If David Cameron Ed Miliband or Nick Clegg would like any more tips on success the Game of Thrones way we have just the book for them available in plenty of time for the election it s not for you Nigel Is football too expensive for the fans 1 October 2014 by Rebecca Clare in Business and finance Football Business We read with interest yesterday a story that Virgin Media has asked Ofcom to investigate the way premier league rights are sold According to Virgin the auction process is driving up prices and causing significant consumer harm In his book Football Business economist Tsjalle van der Burg probes this question and comes up with the radical solution that all football on TV should be free What would happen if the EU introduced a ban on pay TV for all live matches and highlights shown in EU countries so that they became free again A ban would naturally mean that broadcasters would make less money Therefore they would pay the clubs less for their broadcasting rights So the clubs would earn less and would have to moderate their expenditure They could easily do this by paying the players less so that on balance clubs would not be disadvantaged In the days before pay TV clubs basically broke even with lower income and lower expenditure and George Best producing beautiful play So a pay TV ban is perfectly possible Indeed because there is surplus money in the sector more money than is needed for it to function as it should a pay TV ban will not harm the game But how would TV stations finance the broadcasts That s simple they would use the revenue from commercials In the Netherlands where many football matches are still available free of charge the highlights of matches in the second professional league have been broadcast free to air for many years by a private company The league is not extremely popular with an average match attendance of about 4 000 This means that advertising can generate sufficient revenue for broadcasting all football matches which are at least as important as those of the second Dutch level So we would be able to have a pay TV ban for all these broadcasts while being sure they will remain on the air Additionally this also means there is no need for broadcasters to use taxpayers money to show football matches So it is possible to have a pay TV ban for all important football matches Indeed there is only one drawback players and coaches would earn less The benefits of a pay TV ban would be considerable The first advantage concerns the football fans who would watch the broadcasts anyway they would get them for free Their savings would be more or less equal to what the players and coaches would lose through reduced salaries If the savings for those fans were the only advantage of the ban the question of whether we should have a ban would be a question of fairness only But the ban also has another advantage This concerns football fans who do not watch certain football matches on pay TV because the subscription fee is simply too high for them These fans will watch the broadcasts if they are free because football gives them pleasure For these people a pay TV ban would mean more pleasure At the same time the broadcasters costs would not rise when more people turned on their television sets to watch football So with a pay TV ban we get more pleasure without any extra costs This means that on balance the net effect is that the football community would be better off Cognac cocktails for your last summer party 22 August 2014 by Rebecca Clare in Spirits distilled Wine and spirits Here in the UK next Monday is August Bank Holiday a national holiday that signals the end of the summer Traditionally that means gardening DIY and meeting up with friends to squeeze the last drop of sunshine out of the season If you re having a lunch picnic or barbecue with friends this weekend wherever you may be why not brighten your gathering with a cocktail or two Cognac makes the ideal base for a range of cocktails This may be a surprise if for you cognac conjures up images of stuffy leather chaired gentlemen s clubs huge balloon glasses and cigars So here s Nicholas Faith s explanation from his book Cognac The Story of the World s Greatest Brandy which we ve followed up with a few recipes from our friends at Cognac Expert Cognac is an ideal base for cocktails as Pierre Szersnovicz of Courvoisier puts it other spirits provide purely alcoholic support for cocktails whereas cognac brings a definite character to any blend Every cognac brand offers such a complexity of taste that all a professional mixologist has to do is to identify one of the many flavours and aromas in the spirit and enhance it by blending it with complementary flavours Because it is made from grapes cognac is eminently suitable for cocktails that will not react too violently with the wine to be drunk later in the evening The old wives told the right tale grain and grape really do not mix I can attest to the ill effects felt the next morning of even the smallest tincture of whisky before drinking wine in any quantity Cognac based cocktails are healthier Cognac s virtue as the spirit of choice for cocktail makers has come at a time when Britain has emerged as the cocktail centre of the world The reasons are many They don t make bad cognacs says Dick Bradsell London s cocktail pioneer aware that there is less quality control in the making of competing spirits He and his colleagues are discovering that cognac is mellower and softer and has the necessary smoothness and balance It helps that you don t need relatively expensive VSOP VS does fine for cocktails Moreover cognac was due for a revival because it had been out of fashion for so long In Bradsell s words cognac missed out on all the funny drinks of the 1970s and so doesn t have any gimmicky connotations It also helps that in the United States anyway drinkers believe that cognac is stronger than competing spirits possibly because it has more character and far greater complexity The basic formula for most of these drinks is relatively simple something sour with something sweet to exploit the flavour and strength of the cognac together with a touch of character from bitters or the like The flexibility of cognac is also important Any mix is fine says Dave Steward a cocktail expert provided you can taste the cognac a direct contrast to the distillers attempts to make a competitor like vodka as anonymous as possible and as he points out we hope that these mixes will lead us back to the better cognacs drunk neat Also in its favour is its capacity to provide a more interesting twist on classic whisky based cocktails barmen sometimes admit that they re often doing the equivalent of merely reinventing the alcoholic wheel But then some of these notably the julep were originally based on cognac only to be usurped by bourbon If you re using lemon or even orange then obviously you want a richer style of cognac say Courvoisier or Hennessy to compensate for the bitterness of the citrus fruit Ready made ones like Grand Marnier or Cointreau which combine orange and brandy can be replicated after a fashion There are obvious mixers apart from citrus fruit and other fruit like apples such as cream chocolate and coffee Just think of the Brandy Alexander favoured by Anthony Blanche a character in Brideshead Revisited though Waugh is clearly painting him as a bounder The Alexander normally uses dark crème de cacao and grated nutmeg though Blanche obviously wanted cream with his Either way it s fine because although it s inevitably sweet you re not overly conscious of the individual constituents but only of the blend Cosmopolitan A classic cocktail that goes down well on any occasion Once again easy to make and provides a taste sensation that ll delight the taste buds A great aperitif to enjoy before any meal Add Media Ingredients 6cl cognac quality and brand of your choice 1 5cl Cointreau 1 5cl lemon juice 3cl cranberry juice crushed ice wedge of lime Prepare and chill cocktail or martini glasses Place all the ingredients except the lime into a cocktail shaker Mix well and allow to chill Strain into the glasses and garnish with a wedge of lime Serve immediately The Summit This was created in 2008 specifically for the occasion known as the International Cognac Summit an event organised by the BNIC Mixologists and other cognac experts joined forces to create the ultimate cognac cocktail The cocktail had to be simple to produce with easily accessible ingredients It also had to look fabulous and taste amazing And the Summit cocktail was the end result Ingredients 4 slices of freshly peeled ginger 1 slice of lime 4cl of VSOP cognac brand of your choice 6cl of lemonade a fine peel of cucumber to garnish Place the lime and ginger into a glass and add 2cl of cognac Add the ice and stir to mix Add the rest of the cognac and the lemonade then garnish with the cucumber Serve immediately Sidecar This classy little cocktail is both simple and chic It not only tastes fabulous but looks just wonderful when served It is believed that it was so named after the motorcycle sidecar in which an eccentric British captain in Paris during the Second World War was transported to the bistro where the cocktail was born The first recorded listing for this cocktail can be found in the early 1920s books Harry s ABC of Cocktails and Cocktails How to Mix Them In the USA the Sidecar is often served with a sugared rim and is very popular Ingredients 2 parts of VS or VSOP cognac 1 part fresh lemon juice 1 part Triple Sec dash of sugar syrup 1 twist of lemon peel for garnish Place all the ingredients bar the lemon peel in a cocktail shaker with some crushed ice and mix Allow to cool and then strain into a chilled cocktail glass Garnish with the twist of lemon peel and serve immediately The Premier League season 2014 2015 kicks off 15 August 2014 by Rebecca Clare in Business and finance Football Business Well after what seems like an eternity with not even a mention of football the new Premier League season is about to begin So are you excited wondering how your team will fare this year Looking forward to some flashes of goal scoring genius Wondering who the season s new star will be perhaps it s the manager or perhaps not More importantly have you been saving up As football fans are all too well aware the price of following the world s favourite sport can take its toll some have even started to protest the prices of attending a match When you look at some of the costs assiociated with supporting football these days you can start to see

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  • New edition of 5,742 Days calls for drugs to be legalised and regulated | Infinite Ideas
    is for those teenagers that she has started her campaign She writes What is crystal clear to me now is that strict and responsible regulation of drugs is vital This means taking drugs out of the hands of dealers and treating them in the same way as pharmaceuticals Licensed drugs are labelled ingredients are listed and necessary dosage information is provided Under prohibition it is impossible to fully educate people as there is no way to tell what drugs contain but despite this many people are still willing to take risks It is important to stress that we need to do what we can in order to deter young people from taking drugs However had Martha known that what she was about to take was 91 pure she would probably have taken a lot less in fact I d go as far as to say that she might still be alive Martha wanted to get high she didn t want to die No parent wants either but there s one of those options that s preferable to the other For further information contact Catherine Holdsworth catherine infideas com 5 742 DAYS A MOTHER S JOURNEY THROUGH LOSS Special 1st Anniversary Edition Anne Marie Cockburn 9 99 Publication date 20 July 2014 ISBN 9781908984333 Paperback 198 x 129mm 174pp Published by Infinite Ideas Notes for editors As a legacy of Martha s death Anne Marie set up a website to encourage others to become involved in safeguarding the lives of young people http www whatmarthadidnext org Please enable JavaScript to view the comments powered by Google Loading Facebook Comments Please enable JavaScript to view the comments powered by Facebook Search Recent posts Alice in strategy land by Kate M Santon can help improve your business Career lessons from The Walking Dead

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