The EDW Agile Release Train

Formed in March 2012, the EDW Release Train was Australia's first SAFe implementation. Predating the formal launch Scaled Agile Framework, it was inspired by +Dean Leffingwell's books Scaling Software Agility and Agile Software Requirements. This train appears in two official SAFe case studies. This page list links to blog posts, articles, interviews and presentations about the EDWAgile Release Train.


Scaled Agile Framework Applied by +Mark Richards

In the Beginning

Can Lean Coffee Replace Management Meetings?








What Happens to Project Managers When You Implement SAFe?

Book Clubs at Work - Are You Serious?

Advice for Agile Coaches on "Dealing With" Middle Management

Measuring Team Happiness

Switch in Action: Business Change Management Applied to Software Engineering

An Agile Christmas Story

Unity Day - Creating One Team Culture

Article in Cutter IT Journal: Scaling Agile Data Warehousing

Can You Be SAFe Without PI Planning?

How I Fell in Love With Impact Mapping

Launching Agile Release Train While Standing in a Waterfall

Communication Cadence - The Heartbeat of Scaled Agile

Being an Agile Team of Agile Leaders

You Want to Train Everyone? Don’t Be Ridiculous!

Release Train Engineer - Batman or the Wonder Twins?

Time to catch another train...

Passing the Baton: The Role of Leadership in Sustainable Agile Transformations

Interview with Skytap: Em Campbell-Pretty on Scaling Agile, Culture, Teams, and Tribes

Podcast with The Agile Revolution:  Context Matters in SAFe with Em Campbell-Pretty