If you want to learn about managing the safety and security of your corporate leisuretriptips then you will need to read this report.
Specifically we’ll discuss preparation, analysis, management, monitoring and response as it relates to an active and successful travel risk management program.
After reading this article, you should know how to prevent or predict approximately 90% to travel risks and act immediately to improve your own program.
Implementing a successful travel risk management strategy can be one of the easiest corporate actions but the most difficult to get moving.
Too much time is wasted focusing on the wrong areas for assessment and implementation, that results in minor coverage for the major areas of concern.
Here we will simplify the process for immediate action or comparison.
Preparation is the primary and key step for all programs, whether mature or developing. Any-and-all information that is collected, especially data, should be consolidated to ensure consistency and accuracy.
Overcoming a “silo” mentally within the organization is also paramount to consolidating.
Intent, progress and resolutions must be communicated to all stakeholders in the most effective medium possible.
Managers should not limit themselves to the more traditional mediums but also include popular social media offerings.
Key messages or content must be trackable or at least acknowledged to ensure potentially life saving information isn’t lost in the vast corporate email inbox or mislabeled as spam.
Each major milestone and change needs to be documented, rated and followed channeled into the communication plan.
Time spent on effective preparation is rarely wasted and will pay dividends, throughout the course of the program’s lifecycle.
A relatively small consulting firm, who understood that they had a significant investment in their consulting staff, was able to develop and implement an effective, world class travel risk management strategy in a matter of weeks.
Through a well-structured phase of preparation and mapping they were able to resolve an issue that had consistently been pushed back because they had always assumed the task was insurmountable.