Restart and Resilience
Our collection of advice for companies who are factoring the effects of the pandemic into their go-forward business strategies
Seven years of change in seven months: COVID-19 through the lens of disruption
The COVID-19 crisis has demonstrated clearly the central economic reality of our times: disruption is the new economic driver. This crisis demonstrates how a single disruptive event can have a reverberating and amplifying effect across geographies, industries, and supply chains.
Download our new analysis to learn more about how the global COVID-19 pandemic illustrates the powerful forces of disruption in business.
COVID-19's Impact on Consumer Behavior
The directional shifts in consumer priorities from COVID-19, which we believe will take hold for the next 18 to 24 months, are starting to be defined. Positioning to address these likely shifts now, while maintaining flexibility to amp the response to each shift up or down, offers consumer industry companies the opportunity to thrive.
Read our report to learn five key implications that companies should be proactively addressing as we emerge from COVID-19.
Disruption as Usual: Three Pillars for Business Recovery
A prolonged disruption could lead to a minimum 12-18 -month recession, bringing a need for enhanced business resilience and flexibility. In the new normal, "disruption as usual" is going to be the name of the game for several months. This three-stage business resumption approach is founded on time- and experience-tested principles of crisis management and is designed to give businesses the greatest chance of achieving a cohesive restart and moving through the first stages of recovery.
LEADING THROUGH DISRUPTION: LESSONS FROM DECADES OF BUSINESS TRANSFORMATION
RESPONDING TO CORONAVIRUS: BUSINESS CONTINUITY AND CRISIS GUIDANCE
Our CEO's open letter to our clients in response to COVID-19
The coronavirus is dominating the news cycle, and it must also be dominating your personal and professional conversations. AlixPartners is no different; we are actively implementing our response to this situation while operating in an environment of considerable uncertainty.
When change is the only constant
In recent years, cycles of disruption, which displace existing businesses, markets, and value networks in favor of newer models and relationships, have been occurring more frequently and with greater impact. They have emerged as the main force in the economy and the main strategic challenge confronting business leaders.
Our research identifies four broad strategies across industries pursued by companies that have successfully addressed disruption.