I discussed China’s drive to modulate its Wolf Warrior engagement style, and whether Beijing will be able to tell its story better, with Monocle Radio. The segment is here:
It’s every business leader’s nightmare: something an employee did on Twitter or Facebook or TikTok before joining the company, or perhaps in his or her off hours today, suddenly takes on a life of its own and becomes associated with YOUR brand, YOUR company, and YOUR values. And then the nightmare gets worse: to try..
I wrote an article for Biznology on how doing things the RIGHT way really matters… and how cover ups will always bite you. The full article is available here . Biznology is the website of Consultants Collective, where I am part of the practice.
I shared some thoughts with the News Decoder website. The original article is here . Here is the text: By David Schlesinger At the beginning of March, as the coronavirus crisis began to ravage Italy, Rome’s ambassador to the European Union wrote pointedly on the Politico news site that only a far-away friend, well outside..
I contributed some thoughts on flags, symbolism, protests and causes that are in the eye of the beholder to News Decoder . Here is my article: By David Schlesinger What does it mean when protestors halfway around the world sing your national anthem? Or wave your flag? Or burn your flag? Or appropriate a symbol..
The Doha Forum and Al Jazeera asked Maria Ressa, Time Magazine’s person of the year, Sean Spicer, Donald Trump’s first press secretary, and me to debate to debate the current parlous state of journalism – from journalists being murdered, arrested, harassed and targeted for their reporting to fake news charges poisoning the whole ground of..
I published the following in the Nikkei Asian Review here The full text is below: Pity America’s poor internet giants, struggling to add big growth onto already bloated and maturing customer bases! Where must their gaze naturally fall but the promised land of China: so big, so enticing, yet so closed to them and so..
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..
After our mission to Tokyo, the Committee to Protect Journalists has written to Japanese Prime Minister Abe to urge him strongly to engage with the concerns and recommendations expressed by UN Special Rapporteur on the promotion and protection of the right to freedom of opinion and expression David Kaye. The full letter is available here