Middle East and Africa
There is always one constant T&E managers have to come to terms with: change.
Each decade has brought new expectations, challenges, opportunities,
and technologies, shaped by a new generation entering the workforce.
And each generation has challenged pre-existing T&E policies, over
time bringing about necessary change.
Some of us may question whether such changes are truly necessary.
Why fix something that isn’t broken,right? But in my past and current
roles, I have been asked to review and modernize many companies’
T&E policies. Often, this involves making a noted shift away from a
draconian approach defined by endless rules and regulations—
sometimes even in contradiction with themselves. Policies like these
can only cause employee frustration, friction, and a felly of mistrust.
The bottom line is that every company must adapt to survive and
thrive in an ever-changing business landscape.
Our fast-approaching future will be vastly different than the world of T&E management that we know today, and much of this will be driven by changing employee
demographics and expectations. Find out more in this whitepaper.