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Francesca Torlone
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Learning devices can be embedded into organizational contexts. Through them learning processes can be intentionally activated as to transform employees while working. Workplaces have their own learning potential due to their high level of structuring and regulation. Their learning potential transform organizational actors while they are in the productive actions. Identifying embedded learning processes helps in intercepting learning valencies of workplace experiences and observing learning actions that can lead to transformative processes. Results of related research activities are presented in the volume. They have been carried out in more than ten years of research implemented in three types of organisations: business, museum, prison. Research experiences are analysed by using a model of study that is based on the reconstruction of the learning processes as they are experienced by the actors considered. Moreover the model is based on the analysis of learning actions that are embedded into the productive and service provision processes. Factors and conditions are analysed as well through which organisations can act on employees transformation.

Nei contesti organizzativi si possono incorporare dispositivi formativi attraverso cui attivare intenzionalmente processi che trasformano le persone nello svolgersi dell’esperienza di lavoro. I luoghi di lavoro, in ragione del loro elevato livello di strutturazione e di regolazione, hanno in sé un potenziale formativo che trasforma gli attori organizzativi attraverso la quotidianità delle azioni produttive in cui sono immersi. Individuare i processi di formazione incorporata aiuta ad intercettare le valenze educative delle esperienze di lavoro e a identificare le azioni a rilevanza educativa attraverso cui attivare eventuali processi trasformativi. Il volume presenta i risultati delle attività di ricerca svolte per oltre dieci anni in tre tipi di organizzazioni: impresa, museo, carcere. Le esperienze sono analizzate utilizzando un modello di studio fondato sulla ricostruzione del processo formativo, costruito e vissuto dai diversi attori considerati, e sulla analisi delle azioni formative incorporate nei processi di produzione e di erogazione dei servizi. Vengono così analizzati i fattori e le condizioni attraverso cui le organizzazioni possono agire sulla trasformazione delle persone.

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