In first attempt at attaining agility, Intralinks took a well-intentioned "mechanical" implementation of Scrum - done in good faith and with lots of hard work - but failed to deliver against their goal of greater agility.
So, they took on a "Scrum Reboot" and succeeded by augmenting the mechanics of Scrum with the fundamental idea of inspection and adaptation and the Scrum Values of Courage, Focus, Openness, Respect and Commitment.
These provided the cultural environment necessary for success. Look at this Case Study:
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