6N Execution Framework


Starting things right is of supreme importance. Therefore, NavYaan begins with the Discovery phase, where the identification of the business need, problem, or opportunity is emphasized. In this phase, we perform the following assessments:

  • Business Process Analysis
  • Salesforce Product Review ​
  • ​Architecture Evaluation ​
  • Automation and Configuration Review ​

In this phase, we either affirm the current design or provide a foundation for updates to the organizational model, technology, or delivery model. We provide a detailed report which comprises

  • A diagnostic report of the existing setup benchmarked against similar organizations and industry best practices.
  • The identified primary business problem and whether the preferred platform or project will deliver the desired result.
  • The identified features or areas that are not being utilized to their total capacity
  • Suggestions to bring the best value out of the existing technical structure .
  • Recognized tech debt or gaps in the current environment along with its plan of scalability.

Einstein was certainly right — we can't solve problems by using the same kind of thinking we used when we created them. In addition, with the rapid changes in the industry, the methods we have previously used to solve many of the problems we face are no longer effective. Thus, at NavYaan, we have incorporated an innovative approach to solve the new wave of issues. Design Thinking is a large part of that new approach towards innovation, as it allows people, teams, and organizations to have a human-centred perspective, and yet a scientific approach, towards solving a problem.
We brainstorm ways that the team can meet this need, solve this problem, or seize this opportunity. We will work with you to finalize the objective for your project, determine whether the project is feasible, and identify the major deliverables for the project, which include:

  • Scope​
  • Deliverables​
  • Stakeholders​
  • Business use case​
  • Statement of work ​

In the third phase, we break down the larger project into smaller tasks, build the team, and prepare a schedule to complete the assignments. We create smaller goals within the larger project, ensuring each is achievable within the time frame. this phase, we deliver:

  • A project plan: Identify the project timeline, including the stages of the project, the tasks to be performed, and possible constraints.
  • Workflow diagrams: Visualize the processes using swimlanes to make sure team members clearly understand their role in the project.
  • Budget estimate and financial plan: Use cost estimates to determine how much to spend on the project to get the maximum return on investment.​
  • Resource allocation: Build a functional team from internal and external talent pools while making sure everyone has the necessary tools (software, hardware, etc.) to complete their tasks. ​
  • Risk anticipation: Identify issues that may cause the project to stall while planning to mitigate those risks and maintain the project's quality and timeline.
  • Project alignment: Bring the team on board and outline the project so they can quickly get to work.

The execution phase turns our plan into action by implementing agile practices at an enterprise scale. The Scaled Agile Framework® (SAFe®) promotes alignment, collaboration, and delivery across large numbers of agile teams. This phase would focus mainly on:

  • Creating tasks and organizing workflows: Assign granular aspects of the projects to the appropriate team members, making sure team members are not overworked.
  • Briefing team members on tasks: Explain tasks to team members, provide necessary guidance on how they should be completed, and organize process-related training if required.​
  • 360 stakeholder communication: Provide updates to project stakeholders at all levels.
  • Monitoring quality of work: Ensure that team members are meeting their time and quality goals for tasks. ​
  • Managing budget: Monitor spending and keep the project on track in terms of assets and resources. ​
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This is the final phase that indicates the project's closure and the final delivery of the project deliverables. It involves:

  • Analyzing project performance: Determine whether the project's goals were met (tasks completed, on time and budget) and the initial problem solved using a prepared checklist.
  • Analyzing team performance: Evaluate how team members performed, including whether they met their goals along with timeliness and quality of work.
  • Documenting project closure: Make sure that all aspects of the project are completed with no loose ends remaining and providing reports to key stakeholders.​
  • Conducting post-implementation reviews: Conduct a final analysis of the project, considering lessons learned for similar projects in the future.
  • Accounting for used and unused budget: Allocate remaining resources for future projects.

Just because the project work is over, that doesn't mean NavYaan's job is done— our objective isn't to simply deliver a process – but rather, to deliver the process that addresses the specific business need you intended to meet.
To make the most of the benefits that the project can deliver, we evaluate the answers to the following queries:

A. Project Delivery
  • Is the deliverable functioning as expected?
  • Are error rates low enough, and is the project fit for purpose? ​
  • Is it functioning well and in a way that will adjust smoothly to future operating demands?
  • Are users adequately trained and supported? And are there sufficiently skilled and confident people in place?​
  • Are the necessary controls and systems in place, and are they working correctly? ​
  • What routine activities are needed to support the project's success?
  • If there are problems here, how will these be addressed?

B. Ongoing Support
  • Have all the expected benefits been achieved? If not, what is needed to achieve them?
  • Are there opportunities for further training and coaching that will maximize results?
  • Could you make further changes that, would deliver even more value?
  • Are there any other additional benefits that can be achieved?

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