Canadian Businessman Louis Chenevert is a man who has accomplished success in business. He has been a business executive in some of the biggest companies in the world. The most prominent position he has held is that of the CEO of United Technologies Corporation (UTC). He has created a good name in the industry which is associated with success. In the past few decades, he has managed businesses which have all recorded growth. Chenevert always wanted to become a businessman and not just any other businessman, a prominent businessman. His wishes to join the business industry started to become a reality when he joined HEC Montreal University School of Business. He took a degree in Production Management, and with that, he had kicked off his journey to becoming a great businessman.
After his degree, he secured a job at General Motors Canada. He was given a role in the production department. He oversaw the production of vehicles in his production line. The auto industry demanded a high level of accuracy and efficiency in production. There was no room for anyone to make mistakes. Everything had to be done in the right way. He learned vital lessons in this industry, and when he finally made a switch to the aerospace industry, he had an easy time doing what deserved to be done to make the industry also as efficient as the auto industry.
Louis Chenevert worked hard to make a difference in the aerospace sector. He first worked with Pratt & Whitney Canada where he oversaw the production of small jet engines. One of his achievements is that he managed to reduce the cost of production by 20 percent. His performance caught the attention of the management of Pratt & Whitney in the United States who were struggling to maintain good financial books at the time. They took Louis Chenevert to the main company in the U.S where over time he held various positions. He ended up being the president of the company. His performance was so good that he earned another position as the CEO of UTC, the conglomerate that owns Pratt & Whitney among other multi-billion businesses.