Wake up NZ: we are digitally asleep at the wheel

Wake up NZ: we are digitally asleep at the wheel
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Julia Jones
New Zealand's journey towards digital transformation and enablement seems to be more of a leisurely stroll than a strategic sprint. Our nation, in its current approach, risks falling behind in a world where digital prowess equates to competitive advantage. It is not just about launching a new website or transitioning to electronic forms; it is about a fundamental reimagining of our operational ethos. In the imaginary "Productivity Olympics", I fear NZ would not even make the qualifiers, let alone win any medals. The...

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