One of the many advantages of digital and social channels is a seemingly endless stream of content. And when we say endless, we mean endless– the amount of content created on a daily basis is truly massive. To get a sense of its magnitude Eric Schmidt, Chairman of Google, revealed last year that “every two days now we create as much information as we did from the dawn of civilization up until 2003.”
How can we possibly hope to navigate through all this information? More importantly– how we can hope to tell which information is significant and what ought to be dismissed? Enter the role curation to save us from a surplus of information. Check out this month's MentorUp session for June on the role of curation at our MentorUp site here.