It is immensely useful to know, and understand, various organizational frameworks
(Scrum, LeSS, Nexus, SAFe, "Spotify model that does not exist", Team Topologies, unFIX, etc.).
Quoting them, not so much.
As a change agent, you need to be framework agnostic and start thinking in organizational patterns instead:
- How they influence people's behaviour (and, thus, company culture)
- What problem do they solve
- Under what circumstances are they useful
- How patterns build on each other
A Scrum Book: The Spirit of the Game
We will be looking at Scrum (and other frameworks) as a collection of patterns,
or building blocks of an agile organization, instead of an all-or-nothing framework.