Louis R. Chenevert is an influential executive who served as the chief executive officer of the United Technologies Corporation from 2006 to 2014. He was born and raised in Canada and spent most of his childhood and teenage living in the country. He went to the University of Montreal in college, where he received his Bachelor’s Degree in Commerce. After he graduated from the university, he looked for opportunities in the United States and migrated to work for General Motors where he was hired as one of their corporate employees. He spent 14 years with the car manufacturing company, and after he resigned, he transferred to the Pratt & Whitney and served for six years. He worked hard to increase his quality of living, and when an opportunity for him to work for the United Technologies Corporation came, he informed the executives at Pratt & Whitney about his plan and left.
Working with the United Technologies Corporation changed his life for the better, and Louis R. Chenevert was promoted several times because of his skills and expertise in managing the business. In 2006, he was appointed by the board of directors as the newest chief executive officer of the company, and he is one of the reasons why the United Technologies Corporation grew tremendously. He also led several reforms that benefited the company’s employees and their clients. One of the most significant changes that he introduced was the creation of scholarships that were given to their employees, and many were given a chance to go back to school to study and gain degrees that would help them advance their careers.
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Louis R. Chenevert also maintained a close relationship with their clients, especially the United States Military. Because of the positive reputation that the company has, more and more clients started choosing them to provide for their technological needs. Airline companies and government research facilities are some of the institutions which have benefited a lot from the products that are being sold by the United Technologies Corporation. Louis R. Chenevert was given a lot of recognition from various award-giving bodies, and he finally retired in 2014.