The Aragon Research Globe™ for Enterprise Learning, 2013: The March to Social and Mobile

Author: Jim Lundy
Date: September 30, 2013
Topic: Knowledge
Research Note Number: 2013-32

Issue: What technologies will be used to harness knowhow?

Summary: Aragon Research introduces its first Aragon Research Globe for Enterprise Learning, which examines 19 providers. The learning market is changing, and the shift to a social, mobile and user-empowered learning era is here.

Summary: BlackBerry (formerly known as RIM) is retiring from
public ownership and selling itself to its largest private
shareholder, marking the end of its run as a major player in the
technology marketplace. The new owner will likely market the
company for its manufacturing capacity.
Event: On September 23, 2013, BlackBerry Limited announced its
intent to sell all its outstanding shares to Fairfax Financial
Holdings, which already owns about 10% of the company. At the
time of the release the deal was worth about US$4.7 billion, but
BlackBerry’s share price quickly fell almost 15% on the news.

Table of Contents

– Mobile is More Than a Mobile App
– Mobile Learning and Tablets
– Social Learning Is Here
– Growth of Real-Time Cloud
– Learning versus Talent Suite
Aragon Research Globe Overview
– Dimensions of Analysis
– The Four Sectors of the Globe
– Inclusion Criteria
– Exclusions
The Aragon Research Globe for Enterprise Learning, 2013
– Leaders
– Contenders
– Innovators
– Specialists
Aragon Advisory

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