Ted Bililies, Ph.D.
Managing Director, New York
The shift to remote work during the pandemic has meant "doubling down on commitments" to portfolio companies, as well as ensuring empowerment and proper alignment with teams, operating partners said at a recent Private Equity International virtual event.
AlixPartners' Ted Bililies moderated a session at Private Equity International’s Leadership Deep Dive discussing the critical elements of leading through disruption with Hami Ebrahimi, Jason Erdell, Ignacio “Nacho” Giraldo, and Nick Winter. The panel explored the results of AlixPartners’ Sixth Annual PE Leadership survey, which reinforces the trend we have been seeing—human capital and leadership matter more than ever to private equity success. Download the article above for more insights from the panel discussion.
This article originally appeared in Private Equity International.
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