Animated Training Video Development
Looking for a creative video producer to create 6 high quality short animated training videos. The videos are to help upskill the construction sector in Lean principles and ways of working.
Lean is a business methodology focused on maximising customer value while minimising waste. It emphasises the active engagement of teams at all levels of the organisation to collaboratively deliver exactly what the customer wants, better than the competition, with the minimum amount of effort and frustration. Additionally, Lean embodies a relentless hunger for continuous improvement, striving to achieve better results every day.
The five principles of Lean (Value, Value Stream, Flow, Pull and Perfection) help to provide a strategic pathway.
Principle 1 – Understanding Customer Value:
Understanding customer value in the construction sector can be defined as the ability to identify and deliver what the customer wants, needs, and values in a construction project.
Principle 2 – Value Stream:
Value stream maturity in the construction sector can be defined as the extent to which an organisation has implemented and optimised its value stream, which is the sequence of activities that are required to design, construct, and deliver a product or service to the customer.
Principle 3 – Process Flow and Waste Elimination:
Process flow and waste elimination maturity in the construction sector can be defined as the extent to which an organisation has implemented and optimised its processes to eliminate waste and improve flow.
Principle 4 – Pull Systems:
Pull system maturity in the construction sector refers to the ability of an organisation to deliver against customer demand on time and in full, using a pull-based approach. Pull signals indicate when a work item or area is ready to move to the next process step. They can prevent team members from pushing more work and resources into the process before finishing the ongoing tasks.
Principle 5 – Relentless Pursuit of Perfection:
The relentless pursuit of perfection refers to an organisation’s commitment to continuously improving its processes and eliminating waste to achieve the highest possible level of efficiency and effectiveness. Visual performance management control and habitual improvement routines are essential in the relentless pursuit of perfection, as they allow organisations to identify opportunities for improvement, develop and implement solutions, and continuously refine and optimise processes to achieve the highest level of efficiency and effectiveness possible.
Benefits include; increased efficiency, reduced waste, improved quality, enhanced customer satisfaction, and ultimately, improved profitability.
Why Lean Thinking is needed:
Increase efficiency: By adopting lean principles, construction companies can streamline their processes and eliminate waste, resulting in increased efficiency and productivity.
Reduce costs: Lean principles help organisations identify and eliminate non-value adding activities, resulting in reduced costs.
Improve quality: By focusing on customer value and eliminating waste, construction companies can improve the quality of their products and services, resulting in higher customer satisfaction.
Improve safety: Lean principles promote a culture of continuous improvement and emphasize the importance of safety. As a result, companies that adopt lean principles often see improved safety performance.
Enhance employee engagement: Lean principles encourage employee involvement in improvement activities, resulting in increased engagement and a sense of ownership over their work.
Gain competitive advantage: Companies that adopt lean principles often have a competitive advantage over those that do not. By focusing on customer value, reducing costs, improving quality, and enhancing employee engagement, lean organisations are better positioned to succeed in a competitive market.
The six videos will each be between 20 and 30 minutes in duration and feature interactive multiple choice questions.
Video 1 will be an overview of Lean and it’s overall application and impact within the Construction Sector.
The other 5 videos will each cover one of the five lean principles:
Principle 1 – Understanding Customer Value
Principle 2 – Value Stream
Principle 3 – Process Flow and Waste Elimination
Principle 4 – Pull Systems:
Principle 5 – Relentless Pursuit of Perfection
Each video providing a deeper insight to their application across the construction sector.
This will be a collaborative assignment working closely with our Lean Consultants. We have all of the technical content which is currently delivered by trainers using Miro boards. The aim is to provide high quality awareness training modules that help drive an appetite of Business Excellence across the Construction Sector, through Lean Thinking.