Posted in Policy Productivity Risk

Op Ed: Scott Gillespie On The Folly Of Blanket Bans On Internal Corporate Travel

Industry thinker Scott Gillespie of tClara is focused on determining which trips are and aren’t worthwhile. He advocates using a scalpel rather than a sledgehammer…

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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 Careers Productivity

Designing The Hybrid Office

Anne-Laure Fayard is an associate professor of innovation, design and organization studies at New York University’s Tandon School of Engineering. John Weeks is a professor…

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Posted in Sustainability

Companies Move To Science-Based Targets For Mitigating Corporate Travel’s Environmental Impact

Companies everywhere sound serious when they say they intend to make operations more sustainable. A surge in those publicizing targets and signing climate protection commitments…

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Posted in Productivity

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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Posted in Careers Productivity

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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Posted in Productivity Risk

Op Ed: Tony D’Astolfo On Why It Should Be Us Leading The Return To Business Travel

In his own way, Serko’s Tony D’Astolfo issues a call to action to get the industry out of the gutter. The last time I stepped…

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