Posted in Policy Reporting Risk

Companies Rework Systems For Sanctioning Business Travel

What some once saw as largely penny-pinching paperwork, pre-trip approval now is a crucial component for assessing risk and determining how best to accomplish missions….

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Required Reading: International Standards Body Poised To Publish Travel Risk Management Guidance

In the works since 2018, the initial version of ISO guidance on travel risk management is scheduled for release this month. It will provide a…

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Posted in Careers Policy Risk

Your Company Needs A Digital Nomad Policy

By Miles Everson, chief executive officer at MBO Partners, and Emergent Research’s Steve King and Carolyn Ockels. In the months since the Covid-19 pandemic began,…

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As Off-Channel Capture Solutions Evolve, Demand For Policy Compliance Grows

The latest research shows that as an outcome of the pandemic, more companies will expect employees to make reservations with their designated travel management companies….

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Reporter’s Notebook: Buyers Muse On The Keys To Corporate Travel Management’s Future

Industry observers can’t resist the temptation to speculate on what new or revived business habits are permanent or how the travel manager role will change….

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Op Ed: Scott Gillespie On The Case For A Bold New Travel Policy

Scott Gillespie of tClara warned that his advice here would make “old-school” procurement folks gnash their teeth. “So be it,” he said. The sustainability issue…

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Management Highbrows Bid Adieu To The ‘Road Warrior’ Mentality For Business-To-Business Sales

Old habits may die hard, but they’re no match for a pandemic. According to consulting firms like Bain & Co., travel for business-to-business sales is…

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