Other things important are clarity in all circumstances, minimizing grey areas along with flexibility – changing fast when it is proven this is important. And there are 2 rules about customers. Rule 1. The customer is always right. Rule 2. When the customer is wrong, refer to rule 1.
With 30 years in the business of people, involved largely in the information management industry, Graham hopes to bring some good objective “new-eyes” ideas to Meniko.
Graham schooled at Westville near Durban, varsitied at Stellenbosch (B Com (Law) and University of Natal (Durban) CA SA in 1975.
Articles were with who are now KPMG and Graham was a partner in the Malawi office from 1978 to 1981.
He then bought and ran a microfilm bureau, System 16, for 10 years, developed and sold an off-site archives storage business (The Paper Bank), in 5 years, was a director of a then flourishing MGX Ltd (1998/99). He bought Optiplan (Pty) Ltd from them in 2000 and ran that for 10 years before selling that to Waltons (Bidvest).
Graham is very involved in the affairs of St Columba’s Presbyterian Church, and works part-time at Columba Leadership (Google). This organisations are autonomous of each other.