Hollywood is renowned for its ability to spin up a highly-skilled team and deliver exceptional results. From pitch to post, the film industry offers well-worn working methods that can help shape the way you build a team and keep them productive.
Last year, Adam Davidson wrote an article in the New York Times about this idea. We've created the playbook.
John and Alexa's learnings from the speed, accuracy and creativity that go into filmmaking can provide inspiration and insight to an audience trying to elevate and scale their ideas and teams.
What we bring to the subject
John L. Roman has been producing film and television for over 30+ years having worked on Backdraft, Groundhog Day, Law and Order and Chicago Fire. His perspective is as a veteran filmmaker with insights looking back on his career about hiring a killer team and getting them to execute at the highest level. John taught at the USC School of Cinema and has spoken at the Lean Startup Conference, Yale University and Ithaca College.
Alexa Roman is a digital Product Designer with a background in filmic set design. Her digital work draws parallels from her film work through storyboarding, look books and fast prototyping. Her credits in the art department include The Office, Dexter and Party Down. She has spoken at the Future of Web Design, Balanced Team and Silicon Beach Fest.
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