Bring together quality, useful information that adds value to your people and their performance.
Curating content means providing the highest quality, most relevant, timely, and valuable content to your learners. At GP Strategies, we help organisations identify and execute a content curation strategy which:
Filters what is relevant, saving time and money
Builds self-directed pathways, blurring the lines between work and learning
Identifies the most relevant training and content
Reduces certain requirements for new content development through leveraging existing internal and external content
Our content curation team have the ability to:
Understand the needs of the client, as well as their roles, structure, and culture
Determine what content best accomplishes desired goals, as well as evaluate if the content curation strategy is effective
Design meaningful learning pathways, ensuring that the content is tied to viable business and performance outcomes
Leverage technology and create packages that delivers programmes to learners
How can a Content Curation strategy help organisations overcome common business challenges?
Employees find it most difficult to learn, not because there isn’t enough content, but because there is too much of it, and they cannot find what is valuable.
A content curation strategy takes the complex and filters to the contextually relevant, preventing wastage of people’s time.
Employees want meaningful, guided experiences - on their own time and on demand.
A content curation strategy can help build self-directed “pathways” that include context to the employee’s role and function and push learning into the workflow…blurring the lines between work and learning.
Employees aren’t using their LMS to find content. Google and YouTube provide what learners need: strong searching and quick results, even if many of the results are irrelevant and not role-specific.
A content curation strategy can help identify the most relevant content and using enabling technologies, can help aggregate from the LMS.
Learning and Development teams cannot create new content fast enough to meet demand of their business partners.
A content curation strategy can reduce some of the requirements for new content development by leveraging existing internal and external content.