The other NBN overhaul

NBN Co boss Bill Morrow is ripping down the walls as he strives to stop the cultural rot that has plagued the organisation so far.

It has been only 100 days since Bill Morrow took charge of the government enterprise building the $41 billion National Broadband Network, but he has begun tearing down the walls — literally.

It’s not out of frustration at the sluggish rollout of the NBN but rather as part of a cultural overhaul at the company, which Mr Morrow says is in urgent need of repair if the huge infrastructure project is to get back on track.

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