Groups of people today find great meaning in starting a business. There’s little wonder in doing so because business is where you can earn a lot and find fulfillment without living the kind of entrapped life that comes with being an employee.
Many people today are successful because of their businesses, and these people find great meaning in providing services to people. One of these businessmen who find fulfillment in providing service for others is Louis Chenevert.
Louis Chenevert is the Canadian businessman who contributed a lot to the success of United Technologies Corporation (UTC). Being its former CEO and chairman meant a lot of things. It means that he’s able to progress the goals of the company to greater heights and he was able to bring its success to its highest level. It was this experience that brought him the responsibility of also becoming the president of Pratt and Whitney Canada.
His training started when he attended at HEC Montreal and took up a bachelor’s degree in mainstream and industrial production management. He went to this school and studied in programs where there was a lot of training in industrial engineering but from which school he mainly got the strong connections with students that would help him in his career.
Chenevert’s corporate experiences, including being Pratt and Whitney’s president and an executive at General Motors for over 14 years. It’s also worth noting that Louis Chenevert resigned from the position at UTC on December 8, 2014, where director Edward Kangas took over.
His Time At UTC
According to Forbes, Louis Chenevert’s able to withstand challenges in his career. His biggest problem could be the one that he faced during his UTC tenure where he had to ensure the unity of stakeholders, customers, and shareholders of the company amid the recession and making sure he gets their confidence in solving or at least riding through the crisis.
Right now, as you can see in his Crunchbase profile, Louis Chenevert is an official Fellow of the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics