Laws of FutureMapping
Law: a statement of an order or relation of phenomena that so far as is known is invariable under the given conditions; a general relation proved or assumed to hold between mathematical or logical expressions; a rule of construction or procedure, e.g. the laws of poetry.
- Merriam-Webster Online Dictionary
Laws of FutureMapping could be sorted into three distinct categories:
Laws of Satisfaction of Needs;
Laws of Paradigm Shift; and
Laws of Flawless Implementation.
The Laws of the first category explain the fundamental principles of market acceptance of innovations.
The second category describes in clear terms the most difficult and fuzzy situation in any industry, the industry-wide crisis, and the ways the crises are overcome.
The third category defines the principles of flawless, most efficient commercialization of winning innovations.