The Scrum practitioners’ adoption of the Agile practice indicated a promise of a new way forward for software development management and delivery predictability. However, despite numerous anecdotal claims of Scrum successes in many parts of the world, a lack of empirical evidence exists. The problem has been to close the knowledge gap of the value of Scrum to organizations, to evaluate the value of Scrum to the organizations, and to identify change management activities necessary for effective adoption of Scrum, as perceived by experienced Scrum participants.

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