Thursday, February 11, 2016

How Street Gang Mentality Can Shape Innovation Methodology

What if your innovation team started thinking like a street gang?

FEI 2016 explores the new "Misfit & Gangster" perspective to help you overcome conventional business models that impede innovation. It's an interesting concept, right?

Antonio Fernandez- aka "King Tone"- former head of the Latin Kings (the largest Hispanic street gang in the US) will share firsthand experience of innovation on the fringe in the black market economy and help equip you - the insider misfit - to drive change in your organization. Alexa Clay, Founder, The Misfit Academy, Author, The Misfit Economy will join Antonio during the Art of Hustle: Prototyping Deviance workshop to reveal:

·         Rapid prototyping lessons from drug dealers and black market innovators that start-up entrepreneurs can leverage 
·         Commonalities between driving change within a Fortune 500 company and hacking the culture of criminal organizations
·         Leadership lessons from the underground that can be applied to formal institutions

Download the brochure for full session details:

FEI 2016 will help you overcome bureaucracies and entrenched power systems this May in Boston - we hope to see you there.

Use code FEI16BL for $100 off the current rate. Buy tickets here:

We hope to see you in Boston!

The FEI 2016 Team

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