Skills to Elevate Your Talent

Building a team of continual learners empowered with work-ready, digitally enabled skills is key to your team's career goals and your company's success.

Regardless of your role, you have a shared vision for your organization—to find, elevate and retain diverse, talented employees to help keep you ahead of the competition. An integral part of that goal is developing skills on an agile and flexible basis and having your team be able to apply those skills immediately to fast track your organization.

At DeVryWorks we partner with organizations across a variety of industries and of various sizes to develop custom, hands-on skill development programs through DeVry University professors and coursework. With each program, we aim to empower your workforce to evolve with the changing digital-first landscape through project-based learning. Each program is tailored to fit the needs of your organization, and your team—a plan for a technology department should look different than a plan for the finance team.

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Skills Areas Where We Focus

Skills Development for IT & Security Teams

Skills Development for Accounting and Finance Teams

Skills Development for Operations & Supply Chain Teams

Leadership Skills Development for Your Team

Featured Content

Internal Career Fairs Help Close Skills Gaps

By Jenna McCoy

In the midst of “The Great Resignation” and the high costs associated with turnover, organizations simply cannot afford precious talent to walk out the door. While there is a myriad of ideas when it comes to retention and career pathing, one often overlooked idea is an internal career fair.

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Leadership Skills to Help Grow Iconic Companies

By Tom Monahan

Watch what venture capitalist Carl Eschenbach says about leadership and how it can make a company iconic in this Digital Dialogue with DeVry CEO Tom Monahan..

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Q&A: What happens now? Planning for the future of supply chain management

By Clark Barber

Supply-chain leaders reacted in real-time to the unprecedented challenges over the past 2 years, and they must leverage what they have learned to stay competitive as they continue navigating uncertainty.

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Mid-Year 2022 Outlook: Aligning Your Talent Strategy to Market Realities

By Tom Monahan

As organizations across the United States enter Summer 2022, they confront a market for skills and talent that is unlike anything that business executives and leaders have experienced. Through thousands of corporate client relationships, we gather feedback and direction to help us align our programs and offerings. The following five key areas of focus is what we’re currently hearing.

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Onboarding Should be an Experience, Now More Than Ever

By Jenna McCoy

In the current flexible work environment, radical evolution of onboarding has yet to occur. Organizations need to orchestrate the people and resources to cultivate deliberate and meaningful moments for new hires in order to drive timely assimilation within the organization.

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Do Predictive Analytics Have a Future in Supply Chain Management?

By Issam Abu-Ghallou & Sid Ahmed Sahnoune

In the initial shock of the “black swan” event that was (and is) COVID, it should come as no surprise that many people questioned the validity and effectiveness of predictive analytics in the supply chain. However, those in the logistics and supply chain field know, “If not predictive analytics, then what?”

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How Building a Culture that Elevates Women Can Support All

By Elise Awwad

There's been some progress in helping women in the workplace advance to management positions, but women remain underrepresented. It's essential to first lay the groundwork that will make your organization’s culture a place where women can grow.

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The Trifecta Leader: Manager, Coach and Leader

By Jenna McCoy

In the midst of the great resignation, employees have their pick of the litter when it comes to where and how they want to work. Are the managers we have in place today capable of performing under this pressure? If we’re asking managers to do more, we’ve got to give future and current managers the tools they need to be more than just a manager.

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What Can Higher Ed Learn from Airbnb?

By Tom Monahan

Many of the most innovative companies launched in the past two decades have been two-sided marketplaces. Higher education needs to realize that it’s one too.

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The Implications of High Inflation on Business

By Issam Abu-Ghallous, PhD and Luan Eshtrefi, PhD

One of the most challenging economic dilemmas today, which effects business leaders and consumers, is high inflation. Watch these short videos to hear more about the implications and how to prepare.

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Generational Preferences are Causing a Seismic Shift to the Supply Chain

By Issam Abu-Ghallous

The supply chain disruption that has been dominating the headlines is a complex and multi-faceted issue to be sure. Much has been said and written about what is snarling the global supply chain: too few truck drivers, dormant factories due to COVID, backlogged ports, you name it.

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Upskilling: How You Can Replicate What Large-Orgs Are Doing

By Clark Barber

It’s unlikely you haven’t had internal discussions about how your department must evolve to support your clients’ new set of needs. For most companies, the answer is undoubtedly accelerating digitalization efforts agreed upon before the pandemic, and perhaps new ones that have arisen. Aside from making the right technology choices, the question your peers are asking is, “How do I ensure my team has the skills to keep pace?”

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How Leaders Can Help Empower Women in the Workplace

By Elise Awwad

Women now surpass men making up 50.2% of the college-educated labor force, up from 45.1% in 2000. While this number is positive to be sure, what’s troubling is women’s advancement in the workplace is stagnant or simply stalling at every step along the way. Read this article for six ways leaders can step up to support women on their teams, and help them achieve the career they deserve.

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Digital Transformation: 3 Key Areas Where Supply Chain Leaders Should Focus

By Doug Ackley and Alex Hosch

Supply chain digital transformation is no doubt an imperative to help supply chains run more smoothly while providing actionable intel. Ambitious, yes, but that belief isn’t necessarily overstated. The digitization of the supply chain is critically important and long overdue in many sectors, particularly given the vast changes we’ve experienced over the past couple of years.

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If You Build It, They Will Stay: Learning Pathways Over Lateral Attrition

By Jenna McCoy

You have a great team. They work well together, get things done on time, and know how to keep you competitive in the market. The last thing you want is for your people to leave your department because they don’t feel challenged or feel as though they don’t have opportunities to advance under your leadership. But top talent will inherently seek more... and that’s a good thing.

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Tis the Season for Triggers. Do You Know the Flight Risks on Your Team?

By Clark Barber

November through January is a critical time for your team, and resignations might be hitting hardest after the New Year. While they likely have been doing it for some time, this time of year triggers individuals to take stock of their career goals and analyze whether their work is fulfilling.

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Digital Fluency: Your Team’s Edge

By Elise Awwad

Regardless of your industry, you provide a product or service that without technology you likely wouldn’t be able to maintain or grow your market share in.

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What Upskilling and Reskilling Can Do for Your Team

By Jenna McCoy

There is potential for nearly 97 million new jobs to arise, based on the changing integration between humans and technology. In order to take advantage of these new positions, workers will need upskilling and reskilling to close any gaps between their current skills base and the skills that will be necessary for new positions.

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5 Things to Consider to Build Diverse Leadership

By Elise Awwad

Creating meaningful change in your team’s diversity in the leadership ranks is an issue we hear from our clients we work with every day. Unfortunately, even when these clients find the right talent for the job it can be difficult to build a plan to elevate that talent.

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3 Skills Your Technology Team Is Missing Today

By William Phillips

In today’s world, if you’re in business, you’re likely in the technology business. No matter what your industry or specific product or service might be, odds are technology is an important part of how you drive revenue and maintain your competitive edge.

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Are Organizations Truly Embracing DEI?

By Scarlett Howery

DeVry University's Scarlett Howery explains how organizations can better embrace diversity, equity and inclusion to create a shared sense of belonging.

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3 Steps to Help Your Accounting and Finance Team Focus on Strategy

By Lenore Goldberg

These three steps can provide you with the tools needed to support your team and give them the ability to focus on strategic initiatives crucial for long-term growth, productivity, and even retention.

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DeVry Scholarships and Scholars Available to Your Team

Why DeVryWorks?

Well, we’ve been helping companies from a variety of industries and sizes build skills gap education into their workforce development programs for years. Our team of DeVryWorks consultants and DeVry University faculty working together is what sets us apart and helps create unmatched value for our clients. And DeVry University is accredited by The Higher Learning Commission (HLC), www.hlcommission.org. Keller Graduate School of Management is included in this accreditation.

Put all this together and you’ll see we’re laser focused on customizing the educational tools you need to help your organization stay competitive—in your marketplace and for talent. And if you’re not able to source the talent from within your organization for upskilling or reskilling, we have a vast database of ready-to-work students and graduates who have the skills and credentials your company might be looking for.

Experience counts, and DeVryWorks brings the experience that matters to you every day.


1At the time of application to the next credential level, an evaluation of qualifying transfer credit will occur and the most beneficial outcome will be applied.