Project Management Learnings from Ramayana

S V, Raghavan and Dr. Jaya, Chitanshi and Dr. Pravin Kumar, Bhoyar (2021) Project Management Learnings from Ramayana. International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development, 6 (1). pp. 76-83. ISSN 2456-6470

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Ramayana is the first Indian Epic also known as Adhi Kavya comprising 24000 shlokas, grouped in 500 sargaswhich are divided over 7 kandas. The first author of Ramayana, written in Sanskrit, is Maharishi Valmiki. These authors have discovered multiple dimensions and implications of Ramayana in diverse fields like Management, Philosophy, Spirituality, Literature, Indian Mythology, etc. There are many teachings from this epic that can be applied in today's management-life in areas such as Project Management, Strategic Management, Leadership, Human Resource Management, and the like. In Ramayana, after the evil-spirited Ravana abducted Goddess Sita, Lord Rama who is in search of Goddess Sita, along with his brother, Lakshmana finds Lord Hanuman, a noble monkey, who played a predominant role in search of Goddess Sita and destruction of Ravana, the king of Lanka. After finding the whereabouts of Goddess Sita, they prepared for a war with Ravana to bring her back to Ayodhya. They also prepared for the Coronation of Lord Rama; so that" the Prince in exile becomes the King of Ayodhya". Objective: The application of Agile Project Management at the time of searching Goddess Sita in Ramayana. Methodology: Agile Project Management methodology is used in this research study, which has four main stages: Project Initiation, Project Planning, Project Execution, and Project Closure The research study tries to understand in detail how Ramayana's knowledge-repository is integrated into the modern-day Agile Project Management Methodology. Results: Valmiki Ramayana is extremely wealthy in portraying multiple examples of Project Management methodologies, synthesizing of Agile Project Methodologies from Ramayana, and application of Project Management to modern-day Projects. Implications: The results from this article can be applied to today's management life like – Project Management, Strategic Management, Leadership, and Human Resource Management.

Item Type: Article
Subjects: H Social Sciences > HD Industries. Land use. Labor > HD28 Management. Industrial Management
Divisions: Postgraduate > Master's of Islamic Education
Depositing User: Journal Editor
Date Deposited: 14 Dec 2022 05:44
Last Modified: 14 Dec 2022 05:44

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