Technology Transfer and Human Capital in the Industrial 4.0 Scenario: A Theoretical Study Outros Idiomas

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52755
Resumo:
In face of the technological changes derived from Industry 4.0 an initial, gradual and complex process of Technology Transfer (TT) is taking place that strongly relies on the integration between university, industry, and government, mainly. In this context, in order to make the Industry 4.0 approach a reality, several requirements need to be met. One of them is the need to qualify people to work in industries. This study aimed to explore the possible changes and perspectives of human work in Industry 4.0. A systematic literature review was carried out following a structured script. 50 articles were chosen for analysis, following criteria for selection of studies. With focus on industry 4.0 a number of changes in human skills and tasks were observed. Human capital will have significant participation in the work and will undergo a redirection of tasks and learning.
Citação ABNT:
SILVA, V. L.; KOVALESKI, J. L.; PAGANI, R. N. Technology Transfer and Human Capital in the Industrial 4.0 Scenario: A Theoretical Study . Future Studies Research Journal: Trends and Strategies, v. 11, n. 1, p. 102-122, 2019.
Citação APA:
Silva, V. L., Kovaleski, J. L., & Pagani, R. N. (2019). Technology Transfer and Human Capital in the Industrial 4.0 Scenario: A Theoretical Study . Future Studies Research Journal: Trends and Strategies, 11(1), 102-122.
DOI:
10.24023/FutureJournal/2175-5825/2019.v11i1.369
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http://www.spell.org.br/documentos/ver/52755/technology-transfer-and-human-capital-in-the-industrial-4-0-scenario--a-theoretical-study-/i/pt-br
Tipo de documento:
Artigo
Idioma:
Inglês
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