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Innovation is expected in the technology industry. No one understands that better than leaders like you. You’re responsible for keeping projects moving, securing data and systems while keeping your team trending ahead of industry breakthroughs.
You may be facing a dual dilemma: determining how to ensure your team learns new skill sets to keep your organization competitive while preserving the institutional knowledge you’ve worked so hard to cultivate.
An education partnership with University of Phoenix can help. We provide relevant degree programs and continuing education designed to help professionals build on their technical expertise — or learn about another organizational skill, like business administration.
We can align courses to address your needs. Your Workforce Solutions Advisor works with a team that can customize assignments and request specific credit and noncredit coursework. An education aligned with your business goals will help your workforce more adeptly apply solutions in the workplace or get on a promotion track, which is key to employee retention, according to human resource professionals.
Whether you’re interested in developing your new hires, middle managers or directors, you can choose from information systems and technology programs and certifications, or courses and degrees to create a blended skill set.
Among the skills your employees will develop are:
Your Workforce Solutions Advisor can help you educate your employees while keeping innovation alive in your organization. Ask how, today.
*In Maryland, the Bachelor of Science in Information Technology has an emphasis in Software Engineering, Web Development, Advanced Networking and other areas.
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