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Disruption is the new economic cycle

The driving force of the economy is changing. Driven by a growing range of technological and other forces, the pace of disruption has accelerated, and its impact has magnified. It is today the primary strategic challenge confronting business and society as a whole.

Five unique but interrelated themes emerged from our research as the main drivers of disruption across industries. 

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The driving force of the economy is changing. Driven by a growing range of technological and other forces, the pace of disruption has accelerated, and its impact has magnified. It is today the primary strategic challenge confronting business and society as a whole.

Five unique but interrelated themes emerged from our research as the main drivers of disruption across industries. 

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2020 Outlook on the global automotive industry

Coming in the midst of both already-softening automotive markets globally and a once-in-a-lifetime transformation away from traditional vehicles and systems, the effects of the Covid-19 crisis are presenting the entire auto industry with severe revenue and cost challenges, along with some very tough capital-allocation choices.

In particular, due to lockdowns, slow restarts and lingering blows to consumer confidence and employment, the industry faces a cumulative volume drop of up to 36 million vehicles this year through 2022 (compared with sales in 2019), as well as a burden of $72 billion in new debt added since early March of this year.

Our latest annual survey is entitled The AlixPartners Global Automotive Outlook: Mastering Uncertainty.

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Coming in the midst of both already-softening automotive markets globally and a once-in-a-lifetime transformation away from traditional vehicles and systems, the effects of the Covid-19 crisis are presenting the entire auto industry with severe revenue and cost challenges, along with some very tough capital-allocation choices.

In particular, due to lockdowns, slow restarts and lingering blows to consumer confidence and employment, the industry faces a cumulative volume drop of up to 36 million vehicles this year through 2022 (compared with sales in 2019), as well as a burden of $72 billion in new debt added since early March of this year.

Our latest annual survey is entitled The AlixPartners Global Automotive Outlook: Mastering Uncertainty.

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Post Covid-19: Retail Restart Playbook

"Over the last month, retail has raced to navigate and confront the crisis and made herculean efforts to support employees and customers. The weeks and months ahead will be similarly challenging, but the winners will be the planners and pragmatists. Over the next few weeks, we will tackle one set of operational considerations at a time in a way that will help accelerate hands-on progress."

-David Bassuk and Joel Bines, global co-leaders of AlixPartners' Retail practice

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"Over the last month, retail has raced to navigate and confront the crisis and made herculean efforts to support employees and customers. The weeks and months ahead will be similarly challenging, but the winners will be the planners and pragmatists. Over the next few weeks, we will tackle one set of operational considerations at a time in a way that will help accelerate hands-on progress."

-David Bassuk and Joel Bines, global co-leaders of AlixPartners' Retail practice

See the full playbook series