I’m on the road about 50 percent of the time, and I’m often asked by those who don’t travel much for advice on how to have a better trip — what to carry with you, where to sit, how to manage frequent flier programs, and so forth. One of my first really bad travel experiences was during my stint in IBM Internal Audit. I was auditing an IBM corporate site when the rules were three-piece suit, white shirt and tie. As the auditor in charge, I was expected to set the example. I landed in heavy weather and my bags didn’t make it.
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