Competition In The eLearning Industry: A Case Study

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John Kaliski
Jon Kalinowski
Paul Schumann
Tim Scott
Dooyoung Shin

Keywords

eLearning, online marketing, online education, online training

Abstract

This paper highlights the structural attributes of the eLearning Industry.  The case presents details regarding the evolution of the eLearning market and provides the opportunity for students of strategic management to build critical industry analytical skills by applying a variety of techniques highlighted in the accompanying case teaching note.  To obtain a copy of the teaching note, contact the corresponding author by email. The analytical techniques applied include the identification of the chief economic characteristics of the industry, Porter’s five force model of competition, the impact of driving forces on industry structure, and the identification of necessary competitive capabilities (success factors) for success in the eLearning industry.

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