San Diego - When growing fast and expecting success, new companies often hesitate to bog down the culture with bureaucracy. When in cost-control mode, firms tighten the screws on spending, and structure policies and processes with an eye on efficiency. Snap Inc. finds itself in both camps. What's global travel manager Sean Parham to do?
"In two years, I have written the policy three times because everything is changing so fast," Parham said here last week at the Global Business Travel Association convention. "Culture is influencing our policy a lot. Also the economics of our company are . . .