Vineet Patni

Vineet Patni is a passionate trainer, a compassionate coach, an avid learner, an aspiring author, and a firm believer in Lean-Agile-Scrum values and principles.

Vineet strives to integrate work and personal life so he can live a fulfilling life. He chose to follow his passion for teaching, combined to bring positive change and live his core values of service and contribution. That’s where he found his Ikigai (his reason for being).

He serves organizations in reshaping workplaces by adopting collaboration-based work environments by spreading the right Agile Mindset, thereby enabling Business Agility.

In the last eight years, Vineet has performed various roles such as Scrum Trainer, Scrum Master, Agile Coach & Trainer, Leadership Coach & Trainer, Enterprise Transformation Coach, Community Leader, and Conference Speaker

Title of presentation: Minimalism: The Key to Maximizing Value and Great Product Ownership.

As per the Scrum Guide, “The Product Owner is accountable for maximizing the value of the product resulting from the work of the Scrum Team.” A lack of more profound understanding of this, coupled with the misunderstood stance of a Product Owner as the output maximizer, results in suboptimal products and wasted efforts of the Scrum team members.

Well, keeping people busy and producing much stuff is not the intent of Agile Product Development using Scrum. But then, what is the missing ingredient to create successful products? Simplicity and doing less are the mantra!

In this participatory session, the speaker will bring fresh perspectives about successful Product Ownership through success stories of great achievers, connecting principally to Lean Thinking and Agile values & principles.

11:00 - 11:45

Main Track

Minimalism: The Key to Maximizing Value and Great Product Ownership

As per the Scrum Guide, “The Product Owner is accountable for maximizing the value of the product resulting from the work of the Scrum Team.” A lack of more profound understanding of this, coupled with the misunderstood stance of a Product Owner as the output maximizer, results in suboptimal products and wasted efforts of the Scrum team members.

Well, keeping people busy and producing much stuff is not the intent of Agile Product Development using Scrum. But then, what is the missing ingredient to create successful products? Simplicity and doing less are the mantra!

In this participatory session, the speaker will bring fresh perspectives about successful Product Ownership through success stories of great achievers, connecting principally to Lean Thinking and Agile values & principles.