White paper: “How We Meet Matters”

So many questions and so many answers about virtual versus in-person meetings.

“How We Meet Matters” cover page and contents

This 38-page white paper digs into big issues. How important is meeting in person to culture, teamwork, morale, and attrition risk? What’s the best-for-your-job mix of in-office and remote work? Do business leaders want to travel more or less? What’s the sustainability priority in their view?

And plenty more. With insights from 522 business leaders on how to decide which way to meet (hint: think about “meeting friction”, and three other factors.)

You’ll find new frameworks for managing travel and meetings much more strategically. (See this quick 10-question test of any company’s travel strategy, and Trip Tester, our new tool for ensuring travel is justified.)

You can register here for your free copy. If you like the paper, please share the registration link rather than the paper. You’ll make the sponsors happy. A big thank you to CWT, Cytric by Amadeus, and Delta Air Lines for supporting this high-quality research on these very timely topics.

3 thoughts on “White paper: “How We Meet Matters”

  1. Scott,

    Hi! The link below to register for a copy of your paper does not work. Looking forward to reading it!


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  2. Scott the link is not working. Even if I cut and past the link into my browser. How can I get a copy of this paper?

    Thanks and Hope you are doing well.

    • Thank you, Patty! The link should be working now…please let me know what you think of the paper :)

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