From: Bedlington, Northumberland, UK
I have never had any appreciable delay in moving round the map, but a couple of hints on playing and setting orders.....
1. Establish a move direction round the map and do that every turn. Playing the Allies for much of the game I use Cape Town/ Aden/ India/ Malaya/ DEI, Oz, Pacific and then USA. Early on I did China last. Now I am in the endgame I move from the hotspot of action towards the backwaters. Also get to know what is where and use the jump map to quickly get form one area to another.
2. I do key things every day, other stuff - again the backwaters or the logistics etc I settled a long time ago on spending time every 10, 20 30 of the month. It is seldom important that anything far form the front must be done every day and it does speed up your orders as it cuts down on a lot. Once stuff is ordered unless its going to run into the enemy it can just be left to do as it is told.
An unplanned dynasty: Roger Neilson, Roger Neilson 11, Roger Neilson 3 previous posts 898+1515 + 1126 = 3539.....Currently in 1945 of my sole surviving PBEM which has been running since the game came out.