Scrum is the most popular Agile process, and aspects like the daily meeting are familiar to most developers and businesspeople. But it's not for everyone.
Scrum was designed for small collocated teams working on simple projects. Larger Scrum projects can experience hierarchical planning, integration nightmares, and inefficient use of resources.
In these slides, Assembla and Perfroce demonstrate an Agile framework that avoids these problems by recognizing the concept that managing code is often easier than managing people
These slides are from a webinar on 2/25/2012. Watch the webinar recording here: http://youtu.be/egWYdFplNQY