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Incoming Executive Director Neufang Agreed With Some Of The Sharpest Criticism Of GBTA’s Board

“Well said, Mike.” Suzanne Neufang’s short comment was one of a few dozen posted on LinkedIn in June 2020 responding to an explanation by SAP…

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Questions For GBTA’s Next Executive Director

The corporate travel profession’s only U.S.-based, dues-generating membership association is hoping to announce its new executive director soon. Filling the role on an interim basis,…

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Negotiating Your Next Job

Hannah Riley Bowles is the Roy E. Larsen senior lecturer in public policy and management at Harvard Kennedy School. Bobbi Thomason is an assistant professor…

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Why We Need Serendipitous Work Interactions In Our Lives

Diana Shi is an assistant editor for the Fast Company Work Life section. Previously, she was an editor at Vice and an editorial assistant at…

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McKinsey Highlights Travel As Poster Child For Outsourcing

In a November paper that otherwise favored optimizing indirect procurement over outsourcing it, McKinsey & Co. suggested companies consider outsourcing travel procurement. It’s debatable whether…

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GBTA Had Net Assets Of Nearly $6M Entering 2020

The Global Business Travel Association in 2019 generated record revenue in excess of $26 million, up 13 percent year over year. Expenses increased too, though…

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The Pandemic Is Widening A Corporate Productivity Gap

Eric Garton and Michael Mankins are partners at Bain & Company and leaders in the firm’s Organization practice. Their article is republished here with permission…

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