NZ Rugby: swimming against the tide?

NZ Rugby: swimming against the tide?
Has the leadership of NZ Rugby got what it takes to develop the game better than Silver Lake's cash could?
Cameron Bagrie
Three powerful themes are noticeable both locally and around the globe.The first is a pendulum shift towards workers, at the expense of owners of capital.  The pendulum pushed too far to the latter and recoil is starting to occur.The second is embracing the long game and stamping out short-termism. Think climate change. Sustainability. Reinvesting in New Zealand’s future, decades down the track. Investing in the next generation of rugby players.   The third is being fit for purpose and innovating in a rapidly changing world...

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