Don't blindly adopt anything.
Scrum is comprised of a self-organizing team that is given a challenge, and to meet that challenge, works in short, time-boxed iterations during which they meet daily to quickly synchronize their efforts.
At the start of each iteration, they meet to plan what they will accomplish. At the end, they demonstrate what has been accomplished and reflect on how well they worked together to achieve it.
That's it. Anything else—release planning, burndowns, and so on, is optional. Stick to the above and find the local optimizations that fit your environment. No expert knows more about your company than you do.
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