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Meetings policies must address regulatory, duty-of-care, and fiduciary risk management too.

The 18 Areas a Meeting Policy Must Cover

I frequently write about the limited adoption of strategic meetings management programs by organizations that are leaving themselves highly exposed from regulatory, duty-of-care, and fiduciary perspectives. Companies in the highly regulated pharmaceutical and financial services sectors have largely caught on, but it is rare to see an organization outside of these sectors take strategic meetings management seriously.

This is odd, given that almost any company with meeting spend in

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