Ramayana - Core Value Proposition

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I notice that a lot of these executive/manager types have forgotten the glory of our epics. So I have attempted to distill the core value proposition of the Ramayana in a format managers will find friendly

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  • Can′t decide if this is hilarious or scary - I can actually imagine a Ramayana presentation like this in all earnest. The best (worst?) part is at one level it fits so coherently, despite the BS. Very nicely done! -gauri
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  • A Kick-ass ppt with contemporary explanation.
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  • Very Nice one...
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Ramayana - Core Value Proposition

  1. 1. Ramayana Core Value Proposition and Synergy Positioning deck PS: Ramayana is RSS-enabled (and enabling)
  2. 2. Dasaratha Dasaratha had embraced three plug-and-play, but non-value-adding relationships
  3. 3. As-is Family Architecture Kausalya Dasaratha Sumitra Kaikeyi
  4. 4. Children After a Yagna, He eventually synergized best- of-breed children by touching base and leveraging those relationships
  5. 5. To-be Family Architecture Kausalya Kaikeyi Sumitra • Rama • Bharatha • Lakshmana • Shatrughana
  6. 6. Training methodologies Vishwamitra wished to harness Rama and Lakshmana’s core competencies of efficient risk management against demonic showstoppers
  7. 7. Elevate and Pitch Ram had to articulate his core value proposition by impressing key stakeholders with leading edge bow-lifting skills
  8. 8. Knowledge Management Kaikeyi exploited her knowledge base of lessons learnt, best practices and boons to initiate a paradigm shift in the legacy inheritance architecture by demanding Rama’s proactive, seamless migration out of the loop
  9. 9. Two Tier Boon Model • Leadership position for Boon1 Bharatha • Rama to transition to Forest Boon2 • Effort = 14 person years
  10. 10. Surpanakha Offering Surpanakha envisioned a win-win, value-added partnership with Rama as she considered him to be a strategic fit, but Rama recontextualized that relationship with his cutting-edge action item to deliver a loosely coupled architecture involving her body and her nose
  11. 11. Status Report to Ravana Surpanakha transitions her knowledge of Sita’s B2B features and robust back-end to her brother thus incubating an impactful desire to seamlessly migrate Sita across silos
  12. 12. Ravana’s project plan Ravana arranges for an attractive front-end deer covering a back-end demon to entice Sita to go across organizational boundaries
  13. 13. Three Tier Kidnap architecture Deer UI Rich Experience High Desirability Asura Middleware Flexibility Customizability Lanka Backend Ashokavana Storage High security
  14. 14. Proposal presentation Ravana articulated his core value proposition and positioned his rich, compelling ROI in order to gain Sita’s mindshare
  15. 15. Targeted Search Hanuman, after impressing Ravana by leveraging reusable components to build a chair for himself, then harnessed long-tail effects to use a distributed architecture to efficiently transition fire across Lanka
  16. 16. Offshore development Rama built a skill-based social network of robust primate resources and leveraged Jataayu’s knowledgebase to conduct a gap analysis prior to initiating a project to build components to close those gaps.
  17. 17. Case Study The bridge project is a case study of a successful harnessing of collective intelligence and large scale, emergent, collaborative, network effects to use small, loosely coupled reusable components to bridge key requirement gaps.
  18. 18. Case Study-Bridge project Lanka Bid Daddies Junior Simians Squirrel Monkey Strength India Lots of Rocks Leadership
  19. 19. Bridge Process Pick Chant Search Drop Float
  20. 20. Case Study-Bridge Project Reality Rama
  21. 21. Kumbhakarna Design  Ravana attempted to harness his legacy, large, monolithic, inflexible sibling to unleash radical change but with severe time-to-market challenges, this strategy did not scale well
  22. 22. Defect Management  Causal analysis of Lakshmana’s showstopper revealed the need to harness H(an)uman capital to deliver rapid defect fixes using the Sanjeevani framework
  23. 23. Sanjeevani Framework Buy one, get mountain free Multi-purpose drugs Himalayan purity
  24. 24. End-to-End B2C At the end of the day, Rama deployed next generation, B2C (Brahmastra To Ceylonese) components to deliver killer performance
  25. 25. Risk Mitigation As part of risk mitigation initiatives and complacency-avoidance strategies, Sita underwent extensive end-to-end firecall testing and assessment to uncover potential, mission-critical infidelities
  26. 26. Closing the feedback loop But subsequent Social media buzz analytics and ballpark image metrics revealed a potential risk in the maintenance of Indian Male Ego, thereby leading Rama to envisioneer a separation of concerns for both of them
  27. 27. Please do the needful and revert back with any concerns to jalsa.jilpa@gmail.com

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