This paper is focused on possibilities and circumstances enabling to view smart workplaces as a kind of smart learning environments. When we wish to increase the smartness of a workplace also its smart learning abilities must be increased accordingly. When designing a workplace that should be smart, we have to take into account, that it is necessary to respect different areas and professions, different working cultures, and the fact, that learners in the workplace come from different age groups with different educational and professional backgrounds. They also have different positions in organizations, so the particular workplace must be, if we really want to have it smart, tailored in accord with all these circumstances and requirements.
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