A response to another Scrum-bashing article:
"I believe no single model or framework is enough when managing complex systems. Anyone who favors one method and pisses on another is just showing off his ignorance of complexity thinking. "
Scrum isn't the goal. Agility isn't the point. It's about finding ways for groups of people to make better products while reducing wasted effort. It's about creating never-ending cycle of improvement.
Brand loyalty or bashing shuts out wider possibilities. Labels allow higher cognition to be disabled. The goal is to always explore practices, use common sense, knowledge and observation to decide what works better and what doesn't.