Monthly Archives: June 2012

Why Bother Managing Travel?

That’s a serious question, after reading this recent GBTA report. The key findings, covered in more detail here, show that unmanaged travelers achieve better business trips, are more satisfied with their business travel – and here’s the kicker – don’t … Continue reading

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The Curious Case Against Managing Travel

Achieve better trips. Increase traveler satisfaction. Spend less on travel. That’s the trifecta of travel management, isn’t it? So which horse would you bet on to deliver these wins – the one with, or without, a jockey?  The managed travel … Continue reading

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GBTA’s Problematic IP Policy

GBTA has implemented a strong – and fundamentally wrong –  intellectual property (IP) policy. I’m raising the issue here to ask your help in getting GBTA back on track.  I’ve run out of patience trying to do this on my … Continue reading

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