Posted in Careers

Adding Women To The C-Suite Changes How Companies Think

Corinne Post is a professor of management in Lehigh University’s College of Business. Boris Lokshin is associate professor at Maastricht University. Christophe Boone is a…

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Posted in Policy Productivity

Sizing Up Predictions: It’s Not Dead, But Business Travel’s Long-Term Place In Commerce Could Diminish

Recent coverage in mainstream publications gave the casual observer the impression that business travel might be dead. Here’s a sub-headline in Fortune this month: “The…

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Posted in Productivity

Corporate America: Travel Restrictions ‘Harm Our Business’

It’s often said that companies saved money on trips not taken during the pandemic — as though they had a choice — and didn’t suffer…

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Posted in Suppliers

CWT Promotes CFO McKinney Frymire To Replace Ekert As CEO

CWT on May 1 will hand the reins to Michelle McKinney Frymire, CFO of the travel management company since 2019. She’ll replace CEO Kurt Ekert,…

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Posted in Negotiating Productivity Suppliers

How Blockchain Can Simplify Partnerships

Fabrice Lumineau is professor of strategic management at the University of Hong Kong. Wenqian Wang is a Ph.D. student of strategic management at Purdue University….

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Posted in Sustainability

Corporate Collaboration On Sustainable Aviation Fuels Accelerates

Proponents of sustainable aviation fuels hope that momentum from corporates and governments on climate change action translates to big investments in cleaner flying. A raft…

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Posted in Distribution Policy Suppliers

Richer Info, Tighter Integration, Acquisitions Propel Corporate Online Booking Technology

Delivering Covid-related info in the booking path is a challenge that may perpetuate outsized reliance on human support, but tech is the long-term answer. Booking…

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