Tuesday, February 23, 2016

The Organized Chaos Behind Rapid Product Development

Register by This Friday, 2/26 & Save $700: http://bit.ly/1oF2k0e

As innovation and R&D executives face tightening budgets and shrinking timelines, it's time to stop talking and start building.

FEI: Front End of Innovation 2016, taking place May 10-12, 2016 in Boston, has been designed to cover the entire innovation spectrum, from early ideation, through product development, through to execution. Ignite your thinking beyond your current product development models to employ design thinking early in the process, use experimentation to reduce the cost of failure and understand the latest technologies available for prototyping.

·         Vijay Govindarajan, Best Selling Author, Reverse Innovation
·         Alexa Clay, Author, The Misfit Economy
·         Dan Heath, Best-Selling Author, Made to Stick
·         Karen Hersheson, Leader, clay street project, P&G
·         Greg Brandeau, Former SVP, Pixar, Disney
·         Frank Stephenson, Chief Design, McLaren Automotive

In addition to cross-innovation keynotes, FEI 2016 has a dedicated breakout track focused on rapid product development:
WORKSHOP: littleBits & Legos: Facilitating Hands-On Rapid Prototyping Sessions - USAA
CASE STUDY: Design Provocation: Eliciting a Response to Advance the Design Innovation - Electrolux
FIELD TRIP: Organized Chaos: Using Rapid Prototyping Techniques & Experimental Design to Quickly Create Market Winning Products - Boston Beer Company
And much more!

Download the brochure for full details: http://bit.ly/1oF2k0e

Join us in May and uncover best practices to unlock new insights and drive innovation in your organization. 

Save a total of $700 if you register by Friday! Register by this Friday, 2/26 & Save $600. Plus use code FEI16LI for an additional $100 off the current rate. Buy tickets here: http://bit.ly/1oF2k0e 

We hope to see you in Boston!

All the best,
The FEI Team

P.S. Don’t miss these FREE upcoming innovation webinars:

How Innovation Influences the Role of a Chief Learning Officer
In this first session in of INNOVIEW: An FEI: Front End of Innovation Interview Series, Scott Millward, Chief Learning Officer, Farmers Insurance and Anthony Ferrier, CEO, Culturevate, talk about how Learning and HR professionals are playing a more active role within the innovation space.
Wednesday, March 9th at 1:00 PM EST
Register here: http://bit.ly/1RkBQu4

Managing the Risk of Creativity and Innovation
Scott Reynolds, Senior Technology Project Manager, talk about how project success means more work, project failure means less work. This webinar will help take your risk management activities to the next level. You will learn new strategies and techniques to identify risk, how to prevent risks from turning into issues, and how to communicate the value of risk management to others to build support for your efforts.
Thursday, March 10th at 2:00 PM EST

Register here: http://bit.ly/1Q5x3Oj

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