In 1958, Louis R. Chenevert was born in Quebec, Canada. He later attended HEC Montreal where he obtained a bachelor’s degree in production management on August 2010. He also received an honorary decorate in May 2011 from HEC Montreal. Having worked for six years at Pratt & Whitney Canada, Louis Chenevert was elected as the president of the firm in 1999. Before joining Pratt & Whitney Louis had worked for 14 years in General Motors. In March 2006, Louis Chenevert was elected as the Chairman and the CEO of UTC, which was after working as the president at Whitney for seven years.
Another exciting aspect about Louis is that he ensured that UTCs modeling performance never came to a standstill even during the hard economic times. Chenevert never participated in the unknown outsourcing wholesales offshoring policies like the other firms. He also once relocated hundreds of engineers in aerospace into Connecticut from a lower-cost community; hence UCT created room for applying skills for military and commercial contracts. UTC did not find it necessary to layoff engineers like other firms in the sector.
About Louis Chenevert
Louis Chenevert is a strong thinker whose characters and aspects rhyme with global business. He also advised on how corporations could achieve balance in their portfolio of various companies that work to separate users in distinct markets. UTC successfully directed its strength and resources on aerospace and building, which was its primary marketing strategy. That enabled it constantly leveraged under his leadership. He stepped down in 2014.