The EBFC Show

Scrum Elevating Construction with Jason Schroeder

March 17, 2021

How does critical path method (traditional waterfall project management), Last Planner System, and Scrum work or fight? Jason and Felipe dug into this and how some Lean practitioners neglect to PDCA their approaches, tools, and methods.  Jason Schroeder is the owner of Elevate Construction. He is dedicated to helping people

✅ Develop remarkable leaders

✅ Create highly effective teams

✅ Train your workforce

✅ Create operational excellence in your company and on your projects

Find out why Jason is passionate about bringing your vision of quality, excellence, and progress to life via his books or podcast. I highly recommend his books and work for anyone in design and construction. 

Elevating Construction Superintendents:  A Principle Based Leadership Guide for Assistant Supers and Superintendents in Construction

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Elevating Construction Takt Planning:  A Fable & Instructional Guide about Creating Stability & Flow on Projects with Takt Supporting Last Planner® & Scrum! 

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Elevate Construction Podcast: Interviews, training, and techniques to make the built environment better for the workers, customers, companies, and the industry as a whole Subscribe here at  

Link to the free Scrum Guide available in over 30 languages: 

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I was on Jason’s 131st episode.  You can take a listen here.

Ep.131 – How to Implement Scrum in Construction Feat. Felipe Engineer


Today’s episode is sponsored by Construction Accelerator. Construction Accelerator is an online learning system for teams and individuals that offers short, in-depth videos on numerous Lean topics for Builders and Designers to discuss and implement, just like on t his podcast. This is tangible knowledge at your fingertips in the field, in the office, or at home. Support your lean Lean learning at your own pace. Learn more at 


Today's episode is also sponsored by the Lean Construction Institute (LCI). This non-profit organization operates as a catalyst to transform the industry through Lean project delivery using an operating system centered on a common language, fundamental principles, and basic practices. Learn more at


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