The success of every individual is determined by what they are doing at the present moment of their life. Everyone in the world can make a difference and be successful, all it takes is passion and the willingness to stick to their dreams.
Louis Chenevert is among the individuals who have startled the world with their prowess in the business world. He has had his hand in more than 50 businesses that have ended up a great success. Many investors around the world are applying his mechanisms in running their ventures, and they have proved to be successful.
His breakthrough came when he was serving as the Chief Executive Officer of the United Technologies Corporation (UTC). Every time we are discussing the success and prominence of UTC, we have to mention the input of Louis Chenevert.
Chenevert’s career began in HEC Montreal, where he studied Production Management. Production Management helps in ensuring that the company’s production is efficient. This means that the quality of the goods are high and the cost at which they are produced is minimal.
After school, Chenevert was hired by General Motors. Chenevert stayed with the company for 14 years. Guy Hachey, the individual who hired him never regretted his decision at any given time. He was also a young man, hungry to achieve his dreams. Like Chenevert, he also wanted to improve the company and rise to the high ranked position in the firm.
Every time Hachey got promoted, he promoted Chenevert. He says that he is the best executive he ever worked with in his career. Chenevert was half a year behind Hachey. The two investors remain close friends even up to date. Hachey says that every time they meet, they remember their time in the industry and laugh so hard that they cry.
After learning valuable lessons at General Motors, it was time to move on to his next quest. Louis Chenevert moved to Pratt & Whitney, where he worked from 1993. After a promotion to being the President of the company, UTC employed him as their CEO. That is how he ended up in UTC and made his unforgettable legacy.