What the heck does baking have to do with travel data reporting, you ask?
It makes for an interesting metaphor. I used this concept in the speech I gave at the ACTE Canada conference this week in Toronto. I’ll admit that the skit was a bit hokey, but the points about poor preparation of data, half-baked analysis and hanging Christmas lights on plain-jane data were too good to pass up.
Are you factoring carbon emissions into your travel procurement decisions? It doesn’t yet seem to be a strong trend in the U.S., in part due to the lack of good metrics. Here’s a company that is taking on the hard work of measuring CO2 emissions for hotel rooms: The Hotel Carbon Index. Continue reading →
I’m surprised that two of these posts don’t relate directly to travel procurement (“Trippy…” and “Future Innovations…”). You’re saying it’s OK to cast a wider net in terms of topics. Cool. I’ll continue to bring in this type of content from time to time. What else would you like to see here?