Posted August 11, 2014

Dan Ruch, Rocketrip

Business travel managers are focusing on the wrong triggers. Let's stop hovering a stick over our employees. When provided the right motivation in the form of a tangible benefit, employees will willing and enthusiastically exhibit compliant behavior. Read More »
Posted by: Dan Ruch | More by Dan Ruch
Posted February 5, 2014

Loyalty Games: Big TMCs Beginning Implementation

Whether called gamification, employee recognition or loyalty, there's a wide spectrum of opinion on how best to encourage corporate travel behavior. American Express Business Travel, BCD Travel, Carlson Wagonlit Travel and Travel and Transport are among those agencies developing programs that let clients measure and reward employee booking choices, and each is jumping into loyalty from a different direction. Read More »
Posted by: David Jonas | More by David Jonas
Posted April 30, 2013

Google, Concur Work To 'Gamify' Compliance

Concur is building a system that awards "points" to policy-compliant travelers, providing a framework for incentive-based corporate travel programs like Google's. The travel department at Google is helping build the system, a Google official confirmed. Read More »
Posted April 24, 2013

New Adelman App Aims To Make Policy Compliance Fun

Adelman Travel Group of Milwaukee has submitted to Apple a new iOS app that informs travelers of whether their choices met with company policies and awards them points for achievement on specific itinerary elements. Top performers are listed on a company leaderboard, and clients can customize which activities warrant recognition and what rewards to give. Read More »
Posted by: Jay Campbell | More by Jay Campbell
Posted April 29, 2011

Travel Booking Tool Goes Gaming

Wondering where "gamification" will show up in your travel program? Have a look at Serko's self-booking tool for a peek at the future. Read More »
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