SCRUM consists of an agile software development methodology that aims at agility, cost reduction and quality increase. However, developers often encounter relevant issues that make it difficult to achieve these goals. The literature has a significant number of agile methodologies based on SCRUM that promise to guide these teams. However, in many cases these methodologies are full of theories and may not be as significant for the organizational context. This article reports a systematic literature review carried out with the purpose of identifying objectives, characteristics and forms of validations associated with SCRUMbased methodologies to investigate their adequacy to the inherent practicality of software development.