Louis Chenevert has had the career any business minded person would relish to have. He has been to the pinnacle of business management when he served for six years as the CEO of United Technologies Corporation (UTC). Chenevert previously held prime positions in other businesses he worked for. His career started at General Motors where he held was appointed as a production manager of one of the production lines.
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The Louis Chenevert’s mantra
Louis Chenevert is who he is today because of believing in his abilities and pursuing his dreams without fear. He believed that it does no not matter where one comes. What matters is where you end up. Chenevert excelled because right from the beginning, he knew what he wanted to become and he worked towards that goal. He never had someone to lead him. Everything he has accomplished today is a result of hard work.
Louis Chênevert was born in Quebec. He grew up here, and even developed interests in entrepreneurship. He started preparing his future by working hard in school as this was the only route that would get him to his destiny.
Chênevert attended HEC Montreal Business School from where he graduated with a degree in production management. The role of his education in a business set-up is crucial. His department is responsible for quality products, cost of doing business, production speed and quantity produced. It is clear that the production department cannot offer to sleep on the job. An efficient production department will mean better output from the company.
After completing his university education, it was time for Louis Chênevert to prove his skills in the real world. He secured a job with General Motors as a production manager. He gained experience under this company where he worked for 14 years.
The switch to the aerospace
Louis Chênevert switched to the aerospace in 1993 when he joined Pratt & Whitey Canada. This subsidiary of UTC would offer him quick career growth. He started at P&W Canada he performed well and was hired at P&W. he served as the president of the aircraft jet maker and was later appointed CEO of UTC, the conglomerate that owns P&W and other companies.