Louis Chenevert is one man who understands the usefulness of hard work and grit towards achieving greatness in any line of work. Since his birth in 1958 in Montréal Québec city, Louis a Canadian entrepreneur and a businessman had significant success in different positions that he has served before his great retirement. Contrary to what many may think, Louis Chenevert had an ordinary life during his childhood. He is one person who believes that with dedication and commitment, one can achieve their goals.
Louis went to the University of Montreal where he pursued a degree in production management. With the skills and expertise that he gained there, Chenevert new that he would help the company that he joins to produce high-quality products, fast, in large quantity and also at low cost. Louis first step into his career is when he got a job at General Motors in St. Therese in his home city. According to Guy Hachey the man responsible for offering Chenevert a job, he is the man who was great working with. Due to his hard work, Hachey would always promote Louis Chenevert to the position he was whenever he got promoted to a higher rank.
Chenevert served at General Motors in Montreal for about fourteen years and felt that it was a great time that he made some changes. With the convincement that he got from Karl Krapek another employee at GM plant, Louis decided to join the aerospace industry. It is in the year 1993 that he joined Pratt and Whitney Canada (PWC) a company that deals with manufacturing of aircraft engines the PWC is a part of the Pratt and Whitney (P&W) Company in the U.S which is also a unit of the United Technologies Corporation (UTC).
Due to his hard work, it only took him three years when he was appointed the president of P&W in 1999. The company at that time was not doing fine, but through the hard work, dedication and with Chenevert leadership, the company started to make profits. As a result of this, UTC the parent company came looking for Louis Chenevert and later in 2006 he joined UTC as its chairman. Later in 2008, he became the company’s CEO and also its president. He had many successes at UTC, but the most notable one was when he assisted the company to buy the Goodrich Corporation at a Whooping 18 billion dollars. This made UTC a more prominent company than it was already. He later retired in 2014.