In a world full of information, we need help to curate knowledge; to know which information is valuable. But is knowledge curation enough? What do we do with this curated information? How do we test it? How do we contextualise this new knowledge, and combine it with what we, and others, already know?
Harold Jarche is an international consultant and speaker, helping people and businesses adapt to the network era. In his latest article, he looks at how we can be ‘knowledge catalysts: filtering, curating, thinking, and doing – in conjunction with others’. He looks at the benefits of co-creating and collaborating knowledge, how we can do this in a healthcare setting, and how we can be ‘catalysts in creating and doing something new.’