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 would prefer a more lenient policy. Take compliance. McKesson Corp. tracks everything and established an internal system to notify management when employees stray from program rules, according to travel and fleet director Howard Brooks. Travelers and their managers . . .

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