Getting "smart" about greyhound racing in New Zealand

Almost everyone knows about the "smart" acronym which sets out that objectives should be "specific, measurable, attainable, realistic, and time-bound". Now apply that smart acronym to the recent "greyhound report" which the New Zealand government, via its Racing Minister (Winston Peters) has described as "disturbing".

It's not rocket-science to set clear "smart" objectives as a condition for a continuance of the greyhound entertainment/sports industry.

While you're looking at the article, make a point to read the comments at the bottom. As is usual with animal-related issues, some comments are aspirational, others are emotive and there are the usual very subjective views. The comments also show some innovative ideas which would be of help to Greyhound Racing New Zealand (GRNZ) and Mr Peters as they continue "actively working on all 20 recommendations in the report".