Tuesday March 31, 2020

Working round the clock

Prometric boss Michael Brannick says his company operates by the rule of a 20-hour clock, and the fruits of that system can be seen in its productivity, writes Dick O'Brien.

9th June, 2012
Michael Brannick, chief executive, Prometric: 'We want to build an entrepreneurial group here'. Photo: Andrew Spearman

Michael Brannick

**Position:** chief executive, Prometric

**Locations:** US, Ireland, India, Japan

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