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ZERBINI, Thaís  and  ABBAD, Gardênia. Learning induced by instruction in context of organizations and work: a critical literature analysis. Cad. psicol. soc. trab. [online]. 2010, vol.13, n.2, pp. 177-193. ISSN 1516-3717.

The answer to the new demands of the labor market, characterized by social and technological changes, requires the development of strategies from the production system organizations for continuous updating of their individual and organizational skills. Moreover, it is a fact that one of the great challenges of Brazil is promoting a sustainable economic and social development in various regions. Programs of training, development and education in the organizations and professional qualification in an open environment contribute to this development. It is necessary to understand how the learning processes and the transfer of learning to different environments and corporate professionals occurs. This article aims to contribute to the field of organizational and work psychology to make a critical analysis of literature about the learning process induced by instruction in the context of organizations and work. To achieve this goal, we discuss the concepts, theories and approaches related to the human learning process at work with emphasis on learning induced by instruction. We also examine the concepts and characteristics of formal procedures that promote learning induced at work: programs of training, development and education of personnel, training and professional qualification.

Keywords : Human learning; Learning induced; Training; Development; Education.

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