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Tall poppy syndrome: Is NZ held back by a lack of ambition?

New book by economists Julie Fry and Hayden Glass challenges assumptions on Kiwis' ambition.

Calida Stuart-Menteath
Sat, 09 Mar 2019

A new book on New Zealanders’ drive argues that it is no wonder our national attitude to ambition is so conflicted – we all want to get along so badly, we can’t bear to stand out.

Ambition: What New Zealanders Think and Why it Matters, published on Friday, was written by consulting

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Calida Stuart-Menteath
Sat, 09 Mar 2019
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