Planners may want to rethink the time of day that they schedule their critical meetings after considering the results of a Hilton Hotels & Resorts study. The study compared business travelers' actual performance to perceived performance while on the road. The two-part study, which was created in conjunction with Alertness Solutions, a Cupertino, Calif.-based consulting firm, included a 58-question, Web-based survey that involved 3,500 respondents as well as a two-month study of 25 ...

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