The Mergeflow bookshelf features recommended readings from across science, technology, business, and other topics. Mostly non-fiction.
Learn how you get better search results by broadening your scope, and how to shorten time-to-insight with easier queries.
This article is about how different modes of thinking (creative, critical, or strategic) help you achieve different tech discovery goals.
How can tech discovery help you identify game-changing innovations early on? And what actually are breakthrough innovations?
What kinds of data can you use for tech maturity estimates? What are the benefits? And how can you use data to spot hypes?
Do you ever wonder how the numbers in market estimates come about? Here we show you a simple method for doing back-of-the-envelope market size estimates.
Analyzing yourself into an abyss? Read more about how analysis paralysis happens, why having more information does not always help, and how you can effectively beat analysis paralysis.
Discovering good technology and business information on the web, such as new R&D, companies, or markets, can be quite challenging. In this article we show you how Wikipedia can help you with this.
Learn what you can do right now to orchestrate your great escape from innovation theater.
Read how business people use Mergeflow to discover R&D contents, and how this enables them to have effective conversations with their scientist colleagues.