A few days ago I watched a talk by James "Cope" Coplien, titled "Patterns: The New Defacto Scrum Standard". It is then that I learned that "organizational patterns" is a thing. Apparently, Scrum is just a set of organisational patterns - as in, you could define the Scrum framework in terms of organisational patterns, and that would be equivalent to what is defined in the official Scrum Guide. Frankly speaking, I still had no idea how organization patterns are related to Scrum after watching the whole talk.
So I found the Scrum PLoP website and the associated catalog of patterns. The catalog is HUGE, but there doesn't seem to be any kind of foreword or introduction page about how to use that catalog in the context of implementing the Scrum framework, especially for software development.
Has anybody heard about Scrum PLoP before? How do you use it? Or maybe point me to a clear explanation somewhere?