Following is a selection of articles that reference me or my work, quote me or have been written by me.
Why would anyone invest in inter-stellar travel? Scientific American (12 Sept 2017)
What can the NHS learn from New Zealand? The Guardian (25 August 2017)
Fast Forward Column – National Business Review New Zealand (Nov 2016)
Your Children’s Commute Won’t Look Anything Like Yours – Scientific American (Aug 2016)
Urban Management – Citizens use intelligence to live better– Financial Times UK (Oct 2013)
Sensing City, Smart Citizens – Scientific America USA (July 2013)
Brain Freeze – Leadership Through Project Management USA (Feb 09)
The Brain Wave Issue – Australian Financial Review Boss Magazine (June 08)
Cell phones making sense, as sensors – CNN Online (May 08)
Horizon Scanning Centre Toolkit – Foresight directorate of the UK Government Office for Science (May 08)
Innovation in software and financial services – Business Review Weekly (Australia) (June 07)
Theories of innovation – developing a methodology (by Roger Dennis) – Stanford University Design School Magazine (USA) (Dec 05)
Innovation as a process – Unlimited Magazine (New Zealand) (Sept 05)
Innovation at the fringes (by Roger Dennis) – Innovaro innovation update (UK) (August 05)
Mesh Networks (article suggestion and editorial assistance) – MIT Technology Review Editors Blog (July 2005)
Why look at the fringes for innovation? (by Roger Dennis) – MIS Magazine (UK) (Jan 05)
Scanning for technology innovation (by Roger Dennis) – Design Week (UK) (Aug 04)
Sustaining Innovation: Collaboration Models for a Complex World (published by Springer 2010): I was invited to write a chapter for this book focusing on the Shell Technology Futures programme. In turn I invited my colleague Tim Jones to assist, along with Leo Roodart (the ex-head of Shell GameChanger). You can read further details here at the Springer site.
Really Bad Workshops (and how to avoid them): I regularly get invited to attend workshops, and regularly get stunned by the lack of thought that goes into the workshop design. I became so frustrated by this that I ended up writing a short e-book called Really Bad Workshops (and how to avoid them). It’s packed with Ten Tips to Make Workshops Work, and you can download it free from this page.