Travel

The next time your frequently traveling boss lands in another city with nowhere to hold a meeting but a hotel lobby or Starbucks, suggest a temporary office. These spots may be geared toward local start-ups, but they’re also a good fit for someone working on the road.

Keep your air warrior boss on schedule

February 1, 2007 Categorized in: Travel

Keep your air warrior boss on schedule by picking flights that go through the right hubs.

Admins’ secrets to finding travel deals

February 1, 2007 Categorized in: Travel

Admins shared these great ideas recently on the Admin Pro Forum.

Fear of flying? Distract yourself

February 1, 2007 Categorized in: Travel

Distract yourself from fear of flying with sudoku puzzles. They’re the perfect remedy for addled nerves …
You can’t force your boss to unplug or forget about work while on vacation, but you can make it easier for him (and you) with this plan:

P.S. Postscript

January 1, 2005 Categorized in: Project ManagementTravel

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Book a better deal for travelers

December 1, 2004 Categorized in: Skills CheckTravel

You can make travel arrangements that are cheaper and better for your boss if you pay attention to a few details.

Don’t get burned with contracts

July 1, 2003 Categorized in: NegotiatingTravel

Signing a contract is always a hair-raising and nervous experience. But signing a hotel, convention center or other facility’s standard contract for your company could damage your organization’s financial well being. To protect yourself, ask to review the standard contract, but consider that as only a starting point.