No more than any other culture. The sticking point for how well a culture can take advantage of Scrum is the belief in predictability.
People who are culturally attuned to predictability want to believe that they can predict the future. Their job is then to cause the future to come true by forcing the people and resources to make it happen.
People who use Scrum have learned that predictability is impossible when complex, creative work like software development is done. The results are terrible: bad software, missed schedules, wasted money, and demoralized workers. They have learned that it is best to forecast what is wanted, help workers understand it, and then do everything possible to help the people achieve it.
Scrum employs the art of the possible, taking advantage of opportunities and avoiding roadblocks, being agile. A culture that embraces these ideas succeeds with Scrum and in many other ways.