Jim Haddow has had his eye on meetings for quite some time. As chief procurement officer at A.T. Kearney, Haddow had been purchasing space and services for the company's central meetings department, but only in a supporting role. Meetings fell under the professional development group — which is primarily involved in training — rather than with travel, where he felt they belonged. “I have actually been pushing for this for the past several years,” says Haddow, whose department took over ...

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