Designing and running a successful global mobility program is not for the faint of heart. You need to make sure your policies are competitive (but not too competitive), monitor trends and budgets on a daily basis, stay on top of compliancy and be able to nose-dive into the details of any particular move at a moment’s notice.

According to the article below from the most recent Global Tax Network newsletter, Christine Midwood from AIRINC explores what some of the best mobility programs do right. Making good decisions, ensuring effective governance and communicating creatively, are three of those best practice actions mentioned. 

Do you currently have a definition for a world-class mobility program? What do you see as the most important element(s) that must be addressed for moving your mobility program into world-class status? What exactly does your program need in order to reach world-class status?

For more thoughts on the topic, try: Only 3%? What does it take to be a world-class mobility program?