Greatness is, more often than not, seen by the incentive of the experiences of predecessor icons; assisting us to take the good steps and avoid the wrong turns that they took towards their greatness. They tend to give a sort of precursory success in a field before we find the confidence to plunge into the same. Fortunately for our time and age, we have Louis Chenevert.
Having his roots, of birth and growth, in Montréal, Quebec, the man obtained his bachelor’s degree from HEC Montreal, where he studied to be a production manager. Louis Chenevert has escalated through the investment world as an influential investor in technology and other varied sectors of today’s business market. He is very well known for his colossal contributions at United Technologies Corporations (UTC) as CEO. He has, in every step towards his success, brought to bear the skills he attained in business; and so have other companies.
Rome, they say, was not built in a day; and neither was Louis’ success. Through discipline, hard work and commitment, Louis rose to be who he is, and his beginnings were as small as any other. He got employed as a production manager at general motors for fourteen years before leaving to work with Pratt and Whitney, an aircraft engine manufacturer, in 1993. The company benefited so highly from his services that in just six years, Louis was made CEO. This success was followed by his subsequent appointment as CEO of United Technologies Motors; a milestone in his career.
In summary of what they do, the UTC is a technology providing company that’s involved in air and conditioning, refrigeration and enhancement of lead for both military and commercial use. His tenure as the CEO of United Technologies Corporation saw the rise of the company’s share price from a low thirty-seven dollars ($37) to a record a hundred and seventeen dollars ($117). UTC is today the most desirable cluster corporation in the United States, thanks to the rise which can highly be attributed to the relentless efforts of this iconic businessman, Louis Chenevert.