Canadian Businessman Louis Chenevert is a prominent executive in the business sector in North America. He has been in the auto and aerospace production unite all his career. From a young age, he had a passion for making it in business. He wanted to make a name in the business sector by being one of the prominent businessmen to have lived. His interest was in business and entrepreneurship. When he went to the university, he took a degree in production management. Knowing how key this knowledge would be important in the industries, he did his best to qualify with the best grades. After university, he easily got a chance to work with General Motors Production plant in Quebec. It is here that he earned about large-scale production system and how they are managed. He ended up spending 14 years in this industry.
Louis Chenevert switched his career from the auto industry to the aerospace industry in 1993. Since these two were almost similar industries in terms of production activities, he did not have a hard time adapting to the new environment. He took up the challenge and made a huge statement with it. His first destination after leaving General motors was at Pratt & Whitney subsidiary in Canada. This is a company that was producing small jet engines. After his entry into the production department, everything changed. In a short time, production reduced by 20 percent.
Louis Chenevert impressed at the Pratt & Whitney Canada and was moved to the main company in the United States. Pratt & Whitney was dealing with the production of large jet engines for commercial and military aircraft. Here. He also impressed with good results after a very short time. He proved that he could manage even bigger organizations. While at P&W he led in production of the Geared Turbofan Engine which is now the best-selling product for UTC.
Louis Chenevert was moved to UTC as the CEO after the success he registered at UTC. At UTC, he strengthened all the businesses that were under the conglomerate, and the profits of the company went up significantly. He was the CEO between 2008 and 2014.