ILX Group to exhibit at UK’s Best Practice Showcase 2011

…Practical demonstrations on how innovative best practice learning helps to deliver continual improvements in operational efficiency…

LONDON – Wednesday 1st June 2011 – ILX Group plc, the global software company delivering innovative Best Practice learning solutions, has announced it will be exhibiting at the Best Practice Showcase, 17th June 2011, to be held at the New Grange St Paul’s Hotel, London.
Eddie Kilkelly, Chief Operating Officer at ILX Group
Eddie Kilkelly, Chief Operating Officer at ILX Group

ILX will be providing demonstrations of their extensive range of best practice courses, including: PRINCE2® Foundation and Practitioner, MSP® Foundation and Practitioner, ITIL® Foundation, Management of Value Foundation, Management of Risk Foundation, P3O® Foundation, APMIC, Software Testing Foundation and Intermediate, APMP Qualification for PRINCE2® Practitioner, ISO/IEC 20000 Awareness Course, Programme and Project Sponsorship and Finance for non-Financial Managers. Experts will also be on hand to explain the content and benefits of each course and answer any questions.

In addition, ILX will be unveiling a suite of best practice games that have been designed specifically to encourage collaboration and make the learning process more enjoyable. Attendees at the show will be able to try out the learning products and games through a bank of laptops, each equipped with headphones to ensure privacy. In addition, they will be able to review a collection of ILX best practice applications that run on the iPod and iPhone and are currently available from the Apple Apps Store.

Eddie Kilkelly, Chief Operating Officer at ILX Group, commented, “Best practice models are invaluable in the modern business environment. When embedded correctly, best practice helps organisations to manage change, maximise resources, minimise risk and project failure, accelerate performance improvements, leverage the strengths and capabilities of employees and reduce duplication of resource. This is especially beneficial in the current economic environment, when public and private sector organisations need to deliver more projects to higher levels of quality with constrained resources. But to achieve those benefits, organisations must develop their staff so they share a common vocabulary and understanding of how the organisation approaches its activities. Research has shown the benefits of making such an investment; once best practice processes are correctly embedded, the potential savings in terms of operational efficiency, cost management and improvements in the organisation‘s reputation can be significant.”

Attendees visiting ILX at the Best Practice Showcase will be entered into a free prize draw to win an ipad.

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