EVERYONE WHO READS this magazine has one important thing in common: We travel. We travel to remote locations, eat remotely recognizable food, and control the remote control in the guest room all by ourselves. Overall, travel is a remotely fulfilling experience. The quandary addressed in this issue is how to hold a meeting without having to travel — at least not very far. Meetings that do not require overnight hotel stays are gaining in popularity. People like to attend a meeting during the ...

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