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MUELLER, Rafael Rodrigo. Tecnologias gerenciais, formação Profissional e a intensificação do trabalho a partir do toyotismo. Educação. UNISINOS [online]. 2013, vol.17, n.02, pp.93-101. ISSN 2177-6210.

The purpose of this article is to analyze managerial technologies and their historical relationship with education. To achieve this goal, it identifi es training methods and techniques developed in the United States by Charles Allen in 1919, which were intensified on the basis of what became known as Training within Industry (TWI) in 1940 and which evolved until the 1970s as “Japanese management”, becoming a key element of the “Toyota Production System” (TPS). The ideological character that pervades and is characteristic of managerial technologies has been verified through their relationship with the educational ideals present mainly in the recommendations on education made by multilateral agencies in the last three decades.

Palabras clave : Management Technologies; Work and Education; Capital.

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