The United Technologies Corporation’s success is a parallel achievement for Louis Chenevert, who during his tenure at UTC served as the Chief Executive Officer and President. Mr. Chenevert joined UTC at its Pratt & Whitney in Canada where he worked for six years prior to appointment as the Division’s President in 1999. Seven years later, he was appointed as CEO of UTC and collectively have for worked at UTC for more than 15 years before retiring.
Under his stewardship, UTC was involved in technological advancement and lead to the betterment of people and United Technologies Corporation’s employees. He was personally motivated by the desire to share his experience, expertise, and knowledge to leave a corporation in a better state of operation than he found it. He has a great interest in investing in technology and more so with the right personnel to propel investment forward.
Chenevert’s leadership led to the launch of Employee Scholar Program. This program covers overhead employees are likely to incur in higher education pursuits. About 40,000 staff and employees have completed their undergraduate degrees. He has also spearheaded the acquisition of Goodrich Company and is now a supplier of the F-35 engine for the US Air Force department.
He has managed technological calls in response to dynamic market changes. UTC has developed heating, refrigeration and air conditioning devices which have spur healthy competition. Sikorsky Unit has manufacture awesome Geared Turbo engine, aerospace system compartments such as Flight actuators, brakes, controls, and sensors. Pratt & Whitney has invested over $10 million in 20 years towards technological advancement.
About Louis Chenevert
He was born in France but is a citizen of Canada. Louis Chenevert attended the University of Montreal HEC and graduated with honors in Production Management. Although he is widely known for working with United Technologies Corporation, this is not the only entity he has worked for. He worked at General Motors as their St. Theresa’s production manager for 14 years.
Louis Chenevert was the president of Pratt & Whitney a baby company under UTC. He later was promoted to become the chairman and CEO of UTC. Mr. Louis Chenevert has since then retired and been succeeded by Gregory Hayes. He had awards and recognition for his management input.