Teams that assume they know how to implement scrum fail to achieve its goals.

Traits of good engineers include laziness, impatience, and hubris, but when it comes to education about meta-engineering like team process, these may not serve well. Scrum wants to be adapted and evolved, but shuhari suggests that the existing rules must be well-understood before they can be improved. Chesterton’s fence agrees that scrum as written should be implemented, and once the pieces are understood they can change.