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Mario Aguirre

Functional Agile Capability Enabler at The Clorox Company

Work experience

Apr 2015Present

Functional Agile Capability Enabler

The Clorox Company
-Deliver large Agile Enterprise projects in US and Intl businesses -Ensure sufficiency of 3 yr pipeline for assigned sub-functions -Coach Sub-function enablers and PSO Leaders on projects and concepts; First point of contact for customer and other senior leaders in assigned sub-function -Work collaboratively with other functional leaders and center of expertice to shape Corporate program and plans.
Jan 2013Mar 2015

International Project Manager - New products development, cost-o-vation and consumer discovery

The Clorox Company
Jul 2009Dec 2012

International Project Manager - New products development mega process

Clorox Argentina
- Development of NPDP (New Product Development Process) under Lean concepts, including consumer discovery, technical discovery and manufacturing development (from concept to customer) - Responsible of new products launches for International categories (Latin America) and product cost savings projects - Strategic Product Planning to prioritize work, manage resources and accelerate projects execution. - Rigor and discipline in launches (standardization) under PMI standards in functional areas including Marketing, Sales, R&D and Product Supply (Manufacturing)
Aug 2006Jun 2009

WCM Divisional Manager - Latin America

Clorox Co.
- World Class Manufacturing Implementation based on TPM methodology in Latin America and International sites - Losses understanding from P&L and 21 key buckets analysis. - Reporting of progress to Intl VP of Product Supply and Manufacturing. - Zero losses processes integration across the whole business chain (Buy, Make, Ship) - Proven success in driving change involving high impact value creation activities across business processes. - Achievements in two years: 30% improvement in productivity; 90% reduction in quality concerns, 38% reduction in manufacturing costs, 90% reduction in safety concerns




Instituto Tecnológico y de Estudios Superiores de Monterrey


Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana

Instituto Juventud


Lean Manufacturing
Six Sigma
Value Stream Mapping
Continuous Improvement