Louis Chenevert is one of the most critical American executives in the business industry. Having served in various executive positions in different companies Louis amassed a wealth of experience over the years.
As of 1996, Louis took over the administrative role at Pratt and Whitney. He held on to this position to 2006. A decade after joining Pratt and Whitney, Louis exited the company leaving it prosperous and among the leaders its field. In 2006, after leaving his previous job, Louis secured employment at United Technologies Corporation as a principal operating officer.
Two years later, the company’s board recognized his managerial potential, and therefore he was promoted to the United Technologies Corporation’s chief executive position. Since then, he has been able and successfully holding on the CEO’s job while guiding the company to success.
Other than UTC and Pratt and Whitney, Louis has worked in some of the American pioneer car manufacturers. Louis worked at General Motors Corporation as one of the company’s executives. During Louis’ ten-year stint at GMC, the car manufacturer was profitable and thriving thanks to his leadership style.
At Pratt and Whitney, a Canadian Law firm, Louis service to the company was excellent leading to his promotion to head the firm’s regional division. While working at the law firm, Louis made the company attractive to a broad base of clients who later opted for its services. Pratt and Whitney’s extensive client base together with its exceptional services are what made the law firm very successful.
Louis Chenevert’s leadership style and area of focus while managing these companies while driving them to success are the main reasons why he is an envied and respected business executive. Something that makes Louis stand out from other business executives in the market is the amount of capital, assets, and funds he has been able to manage throughout his career. The assets Louis has achieved has been valued at an excess of $100 billion. His most recent achievement is his role in the facilitation of the acquisition of Goodrich. The Goodrich acquisition has been valued at over $10 billion.