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Scott Gillespie On Predicting The Value In Travel

By | January 11, 2018

Today’s advisor is industry veteran Scott Gillespie, managing director of tClara. Scott’s guidepost tackles what travel program managers should try to predict — and what to skip. Predictive analytics is a shiny new toy that has caught the travel industry’s eye. It sounds useful — check. It sounds cool — check. It scores points in management-speak bingo contests… Read More »

The Year In Research: Academics Consider Business Travel Well-Being, Perks And Productivity

By | January 3, 2018

Not just topics for industry conferences, business traveler well-being and productivity also are among the issues examined last year by academic researchers. One study produced more evidence that frequent business travel was detrimental. Two others sought to help companies optimize ways to smooth it over: flying private and getting upgrades. Let’s start with the bad news — another… Read More »

Business Travel’s Personal Toll: Identity Threat Or Reality Check?

By | March 10, 2017

Those who travel for business view warnings about the mental and physical hazards either as an “identity threat” or a “more concerning reality check.” This was a finding from an academic study published last week on the reaction to an earlier study exploring the “darker side of hypermobility.” The first study argued that the perceived glamour of frequent… Read More »