Seven foundational truths needed to effectively practice Software Management Seven Theories for Effective Software Management. Foundational Truths Needed to effectively practice Software Management:
Value Fulfillment Theory – Value is a cycle: Need -> Solution -> Fulfillment -> Payment
Theory of Discovery – Creative change must be proportional to Discovery
Theory of Relevance – Management must: have aptitude, remain connected
Goldratt’s Theory of Constraints – Proactively manage / address constraints
Theory of Creative Motivation – Creative staff need creative opportunities
Theory of Engagement – Fulfillment of needs progressing to actualization
Roger’s Theory of Adoption – The search for traction and viral propagation 
The 4X Rule – Theoretical rules for modeling sustainable funding of R&D. ©2018 iiSM.ORG, All Rights Reserved. Click slide to see in context of slide deck
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