Adam currently works for Warner Bros. Production Technology where he leads a team that researches, plans, and supports all of the software applications and technical infrastructure used by production crew working on all of WB’s live action and animated feature films around the world. This includes systems for casting, script development, production office management, art department, pre-visualization, physical production, visual effects & animation, and post production. He has been developing, pitching, and introducing new technology to various parts of the studio and crew production pipeline over the past 18 years as filmmaking processes have slowly converted from analog to digital. Before working at WB, Adam worked for 7 years in management consulting focusing on operations improvement and developing business cases for implementation of supply chain management systems for manufacturing companies and B2B trading exchanges. Adam completed his MBA in Finance at Wharton in 1994 where he was a Palmer Scholar. He has an undergraduate degree in Mechanical Engineering from MIT, as well as a masters in engineering from Florida Atlantic University.
Host Dan Loney is joined by Priti Joshi (Global Director of Strategy, Bumble), Adam Slohn (VP Production Systems, Warner Bros. Technology), Mark Somol (Co-Founder & CEO, Zeal Technology), and Roland Mosimann (Founding Director & President, AlignAlytics) on the Saturday, May 18, 2019 edition of Knowledge@Wharton.