Today, a large part of learning takes place in a work environment, rather than in tertiary and post-tertiary education settings. In order to stay relevant and contribute to the human capital of future workers, learning needs to be tightly integrated into organizational work processes, allowing it to become a fundamental part of workers' and managers' everyday activities.
One visible result of this shift is the appearance of (on-the-job) teaching and instructing in an increasing number of expert job descriptions in many companies. Workers in this new scenario are not only in demand for on-the-job learning settings, they are also asked to take on new responsibilities and roles related to development and delivery. This has to be taken into account when learning and working processes are integrated.
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