Content has a way of getting a little wily. Maybe you are new and growing fast, adding content even as your voice, standards, and internal processes change. Or maybe you have been around a while, but you are beginning to realize that your "system" for content organization—that is, your memory and habit—is not a very easily transferable to your colleagues.
My background in educational content serves me even outside of the education field. I can expertly conduct a thorough content review, pull out standards and best-practice protocols, and identify levels of quality and effectiveness in your content.
And since my MO is creating clear instruction about complex content, I will leave you with plenty of tools and frameworks for being able to create more of the content you want, later.
Call this content management, call it content curation, call it content review, or content wrangling—it's an essential step for creating and maintaining high-quality, accessible content for your staff and clients.