Roger Dennis is a nonresident senior fellow with the Scowcroft Center for Strategy and Security. He works in the continuum between foresight, strategy and innovation. He has worked with clients in a range of sectors including industrial design, energy, health, telecoms, financial services and research providers.
In 2006 he co-led the Shell Technology Futures programme for the GameChanger team in The Hague, was part of the core team for Future Agenda – the world’s largest foresight programme – and has worked across a range of industries.
His thinking has been referenced in numerous publications including the FT and Scientific American. Until this year, Roger was a frequent speaker at events around the world, and presented on cities and climate change at the 2015 Nobel Laureate Symposium in Hong Kong. Also in 2015 he spent four months leading a small team that analysed the impact of a pandemic on New Zealand. Roger is a Fellow of the Royal Geographic Society in London, an Edmund Hillary Fellow and a member of the Digital Council of New Zealand.