Globalization and scarcity of resources have contributed to the need to meet and exceed customers' higher expectations while reducing the number of employees, workload and consumption of available resources. This situation was initiated by the fourth industrial revolution, hereinafter referred to as "Industry 4.0", which is based on the implementation of modern information technologies, associated with automation, artificial intelligence and a theory called the Internet of Things. All of this is aimed at improving efficiency, faster decision-making, which results in increasing the competitiveness of the company. Changes in the field of robotics, artificial intelligence and automation technologies indicate that with their increasing importance and implementation in organizations, there is a need to introduce new from teaching in the context of preparing engineers to work with new technologies based on cyberspace. The aim of the article is to review the literature on the importance of problematic teaching in the implementation of engineers for faster and more efficient implementation of Industry 4.0 in current production organizations.