If you are frustrated as hell at the ponderous pace of broadband adoption and speeds in New Zealand, then the New Zealand Institute report:
DEFINING A BROADBAND ASPIRATION:
HOW MUCH DOES BROADBAND MATTER
AND WHAT DOES NEW ZEALAND NEED?
is essential reading.
The presentation is in classic McKinsey style, which is an acquired taste, but has proven a remarkably effective method of communicating results. For more on this see The Pyramid Principle by Barbara Minto.
I’m going to comment on the report in a series of posts.
NZ Institute report: Defining a Broadband Aspiration