How successful innovators beat “not invented here” syndrome: A real-life example
Our first customer at Mergeflow was a very accomplished science entrepreneur. Learn the methods he used to beat “not invented here” syndrome in his organization.
How you can organize your tech discovery findings, using tools you already have–without ending up in ‘information management process hell’
PowerPoint and information management systems aren’t made for collecting and organizing tech discovery findings. Here is a better way, so that you can focus on using information, rather than managing it.
Sources for technology and business insights explained, part 4/7: Scientific publications
In this article on scientific publications, I will discuss strategies for identifying likely interesting R&D papers.
How to get better search results for tech discovery
Learn how you get better search results by broadening your scope, and how to shorten time-to-insight with easier queries.
How you can discover game-changing innovations
How can tech discovery help you identify game-changing innovations early on? And what actually are breakthrough innovations?
Using data to estimate tech maturity
What kinds of data can you use for tech maturity estimates? What are the benefits? And how can you use data to spot hypes?
The most effective way to beat analysis paralysis
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.
What we’re reading: Our June 2020 reading list
The “Summer 2020 edition” of our reading list on technology, innovation, business, and science.
Our March 2020 reading list
Looking for something to read on innovation? Here are some books we like.
5 ways to escape from innovation theater
Learn what you can do right now to orchestrate your great escape from innovation theater.