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Travel Manager Leads Cross-Department Project To Look After Remote Workers

If you asked EPAM Systems director of global travel, expense and credit card Donna Rufo last November what kept her up at night, she would…

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There’s No One Right Path To Work-Life Balance — But Plenty Of Wrong Ones

By Niki Hall, CMO of Contentsquare, a digital experience analytics company. The road to “work-life balance” is a near-guaranteed path to failure. Hear me out….

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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: George Kalka On Why You Need To Hear The Silent Traveler

Fox World Travel’s George Kalka highlights why corporate travel programs may need to refresh the ways they gather input from travelers. Silent travelers can be…

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BCD Travel Teams With Tripism On Traveler Feedback Platform

Nothing is more important in corporate travel nowadays than keeping travelers in the know. Travelers themselves often are the eyes and ears, gathering intel on…

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When Do We Really Need Face-To-Face Interactions?

Robert Hooijberg is a professor of organizational behavior at IMD, and Michael D. Watkins is a co-founder of Genesis Advisers and the author of “Master…

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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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