I'm on a trip doing some training in Norway. So usually when I visit places I try to eat the local cuisine so it makes it interesting and becomes a learning experience for me.
On the first couple nights here I had my choice of many local pubs and restaurants and I'd pick one and order something that I typically would not have access to in my home in Philadelphia, PA.
Tonight is my final night and I'm flying back to the US tomorrow. I had a craving to eat Chinese food. I felt a little guilty putting my nose up to the locals and choosing to eat Chinese, until I realized they like Chinese food too, or else the restaurant probably wouldn't be here. This was related to the feeling I got when I walked into a McDonald's in Beijing,China!
Anyway, the point is that I like Chinese food and I've eaten it in just about every country I've been in (including China of course). I like the style, the types of ingredients, and the flavors. But in each restaurant that I go to there is always a little difference based on the cook's style, local tastes, and available variants of ingredients. So, for example in Norway the fish dishes are a little different than you would get in Chicago.
Bringing it back to Scrum....when people ask what kinds of projects to use Scrum or not use Scrum I always give an answer that you can use it anywhere it makes sense to you, as demonstrated in my Family Scrum post. Every application of the techniques may have a little twist related to the specifics of the project, but the foundation is very similar. The style, flavors, types of ingredients are consistent; the variations come from the local influence.
Just like eating Chinese food in Norway!!