Tuesday, May 9, 2017

LIVE from FEI: Antonio Fernandez, former Head of Largest US Hispanic Street Gang

While we'll certainly miss those of you who can't make FEI this week, we have an exciting opportunity for you. NEW for 2017, we're giving you the chance to experience Antonio Fernandez's keynote presentation from the comfort of your office.

Be sure to catch the live stream of Leadership Lessons from the Street: Commonalities Between Hacking the Culture of Criminal Organizations and Fortune 500 Companies on Wednesday, May 10th at 10:15 am.

What parallels can be drawn between managing a street gang and managing an innovation team and "shooting down" a good idea. Explore some of these commonalities from someone who lived them. Antonio Fernandez, aka "King Tone" - the former leader of the largest Hispanic Street Gang in the US - explores underground leadership, creativity, innovation and the art of hustle.

What can innovation directors and entrepreneurs learn from drug dealers about overcoming bureaucracies and entrenched power systems? What can black market innovators teach entrepreneurs and intrapreneurs about pushing your idea forward? What commonalities do we see between driving change within a Fortune 500 company and hacking the culture of criminal organizations? What leadership lessons from the underground can we apply to formal institutions? 

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