Chris Parry, one of the UK’s top thinkers on geopolitics, global security and future strategic trends, has been speaking to a leading investment firm and generated fantastic feedback.
Chris spent 35 years in the Royal Navy, as a Seaman and Fleet Air Arm officer, during which time he sailed every sea and commanded the destroyer HMS GLOUCESTER, the Maritime Warfare Centre and
the assault ship HMS FEARLESS.
From 2001, as a Commodore, he was Director Operational Capability in the Ministry of Defence, before commanding the UK’s Amphibious Task Group (2003-2005). As a Rear Admiral from 2005, he formed the Development, Concepts and Doctrine Centre (DCDC) and spent 3 years as its Director General, leading a radical revision of all Armed Forces’ and NATO thinking and publishing a ground-breaking, innovative survey of future world trends out to
As well as being a non-executive director with various enterprises, Chris advises governments and major private institutions about future strategic trends, leadership and risk, competitive advantage and change management, as well as global security and geopolitical themes. He regularly assists Boards with the development of strategy and the implementation of growth and get-well programmes.