Tag Archives: communication

Travel Managers Ruminate On The Impacts Of Tightening And Relaxing Policies

Boston – It’s folly to look for consensus on which way corporate travel policy is moving. Speakers at the Global Business Travel Association convention here last week displayed a wide range of approaches and opinions. On one panel, a travel manager wished his company’s policy was stricter while his co-panelist said she strives for a softer touch and… Read More »

Getting In The Feedback Loop

It is easy to understand the importance of traveler feedback. Obtaining it is harder. As usual, mobile technology offers promise. A few new tech companies provide the means to collect timely and relevant traveler input, on the fly. Some travel management companies are looking to do the same. Armed with meaningful feedback, travel managers can address service deficiencies… Read More »

Travel Management Pros Sort Of Like The Social Enterprise

Social media can help with travel management, but so far it’s not for everybody. According to Carlson Wagonlit Travel research released last week, using enterprise social networking to promote travel program compliance remains an “untapped” opportunity. Slightly more than one-third of 1,113 travel, meetings and events professionals surveyed last fall indicated that further promoting travel policy through social media was… Read More »