I’m really pleased to join the Consultants Collective, a consortium of very experienced former executives who can bring our individual strengths and experiences to clients’ problems in a concerted, logical, simple and organized fashion. Whether a client’s issue can be solved by one of us alone or together in a small group, we are determined..
Here’s a blog post I wrote for Hubii, a company I’ve been working with. The original is here . FIX WHAT’S BROKEN By David Schlesinger Everything in media seems broken. Journalists feel they don’t get paid properly. Publishers see their business model crumbling around them. Advertisers pay for impact but don’t have much idea if..
I wrote some thoughts on China, Apple…and your company that were published in the Nikkei Asian Review. The published version is here. And the text is below: Apple has to face question of its ‘red line’ in China Doing business requires consideration of which official demands to accept DAVID SCHLESINGER Launches of new iPhone models..
This June I’m part of a delegation from the Committee to Protect Journalists to Japan, where we will advocate for continued and expanded press freedoms and participate in public forums at Waseda and Sophia Universities. Full details are available here. In April, I spoke at Hitotsubashi University on “Journalists, Consultants and Charlatans: How We All..
I’m part of a ChinaFile debate on the state of the South China Morning Post. The whole conversation is here. I make five urgent points I feel the newspaper needs to act on immediately: 1. Write and publish a strong code of ethics and standards making clear that news decisions are taken without regard to politics..
I’m part of a ChinaFile debate on Where Is China’s Internet Headed after Cyberczar Lu Wei was replaced. The full debate is here. My contribution is: WHITHER THE INTER- INTRA-NET IN CHINA By David Schlesinger China’s internet is huge – 700 million+ users – and at only some 52% penetration of the population poised..
I participated in the following ChinaFile debate: How Long Can China’s Internet Thrive if the Rest of the World Gets Shut Out? Last week, Chinese authorities announced that as of March 10, foreign-invested companies would not be allowed to publish anything on the Chinese Internet unless they have obtained government permission to publish with a..
The great thing about learning more is, of course, realizing how little you actually know for sure! I’ve spent much of my adult life thinking about China and trying to understand it. What’s clear to me is how hard it is to try to get a firm grasp on reality. In this short interview, done..