Graham Manley

May 2003
IT Training;May2003, p65
Trade Publication
This article presents profile of Graham Manley, IT director ay Unisys Corp. In an industry best known for rapid change, Graham Manley is something of an exception. He has worked for the same company, computer giant Unisys, for an impressive 36 years, and has now reached the position of IT director for Europe, Middle East and Africa. Like many IT executives, Manley was approached by head-hunters during the Internet boom, but never considered leaving. INSET: Career advice.


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