AlixPartners is a results-driven management consulting firm. We specialize in those "when it really matters" situations when how you manage through or take advantage of disruption will make or break the future of your company.
Our unique approach enabled this PE firm to quickly restore their distressed portfolio company’s EBITDA performance to levels that attracted a buyer willing to pay a handsome price—one that nearly doubled the investment value at exit.
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QuickStrike® is our fast, effective methodology that identifies the issues affecting a company's performance, reviews the available options, and plans the solution—in a matter of weeks.
At the heart of disruption is a central paradox: mitigating the effects of disruption require different investments, skills, and priorities than capitalizing on its opportunities.
Half of all global consumers say their spending habits have changed permanently due to the pandemic. Our ongoing study of reveals distinct behavioral dimensions that consumer companies must consider.
What's key to investment success in times of extreme disruption? Smart management of human capital.
Pilar Tarry grew up surrounded by books, thinking she’d make a career in academia. But she recently completed 19 years at AlixPartners, the latest one as a managing director here. Despite finding success quickly, Pilar Tarry’s career progression was not completely linear—by design. Read Pilar'sstory
As a husband, father, and regional community leader for our Investigations, Disputes & Risk group, Tarek Ghalayini's strategy to creating life balance is about keeping his priorities and family top of mind. Learn how his approach has evolved over the years. Read Tarek'sstory
The industry enjoyed modest improvement in 2017, but it still needs to address the dual challenges of rising costs and oversupply—driven mostly by fleet expansion—to keep the momentum going.
Managing Director, London
Managing Director, New York
Global container shipping outlook for 2017: rearranging the deck chairs—with only a few seats in the sun
Shipping, Logistics & Infrastructure
Braving container terminal headwinds: a playbook for investors