In his introductory breakfast address to attendees at this week’s 2018 NAFA I&E, President Bryan Flansburg urged fleet managers to take charge of the emerging trend from fleet to mobility management, which involves every mode of travel employees use, from bicycles and public transportation to fleet vehicles, taxis, ride-hailing, ride-sharing, trains and planes.
He said fleet managers need to become their organization’s “change agent,” so they can lead the revolution instead of being led by it. To help them assume a leadership role, Flansburg announced that NAFA is creating a new educational program on mobility management.
Honoring change agents in both corporate and public fleets, Ted Roberts and I were delighted to join others on Tuesday night in presenting awards at NAFA’s FLEXY Award Dinner. It was a stellar evening and we congratulate the nominees and the winners of these prestigious awards.
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