Louis Chenevert is the former Chairman and the Chief Executive Officer of United Technologies Corporation. Louis R. Chenevert was a recognized leader in the organization who was appointed to the position of the President and the Chairman in 2010, and he held the top spot until his retirement year in 2014. Before taking over the top position of a Chief Executive Officer and the Chairman, Louis served as the Director, the President and the Chief Operating Officer of United Technologies Corporation from 2006. United Technologies is not the only firm Louis Chenevert has worked for, he has also served in Pratt & Whitney as the President of the company.
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— Louis Chenevert (@louis_chenevert) June 11, 2018
Louis Chenevert joined Pratt & Whitney in 1993, for more than 13 years he worked in the motor firm. He was the Production General Manager at General Motors at their operations in St. Theresa. Even after his retirement, Louis has not stopped serving the community. From 2015-2017 he was serving as the Senior Industry Advisor at Goldman Sachs Banking Division, Mr. Chenevert has been in the business industry for long, and he has become a member of the Business Council and also US-India CEO Forum. Louis has also been leading several organizations as the Board of Director among them Cargill Inc., the Chairman of the Advisory Board of Yale Cancer Center, and Chairman of Congressional Medal of Honor Foundation.
After High School, Louis joined the Universite de Montreal Ecole des Etudes Commercials, and he graduated with a degree in Bachelors of commerce in Production Management. Louis said that when he was working at United Technologies corporation engineering and talent was very important in bringing ideas that were to deliver results that will not only satisfy customers need, but they will also exceed their expectations and bring profit to support the organization and their staff. Louis is most excited by the trends in technology. The investor and entrepreneur do not find a single thing that makes him productive; instead, they are all dependent on one another. One advice Louis is giving to everyone is that is important to get the right team to work together, and one should never forget to appreciate them, inspire, and together should overcome hindrance.