Louis Chenevert was the CEO and Chairman at UTC for years. Before that, he was the General Manager at General Motors for their St. Therese location. He was at that company for over 14 years. Louis Chenevert spent six years at Pratt & Whitney Canada and then became president of that company before moving on to UTC. He was only president at Pratt & Whitney for seven years in total, during which time he helped the company flourish and expand. In just a single year as president and CEO at UTC, he achieved more success in a year than many dream of achieving in a lifetime. For example, he settled a deal with Goodrich that was worth approximately $18.4 billion and helped bring the worth of United Technologies Corporation close to $100 billion in total.
Chenevert resigned from UTC in late 2014.
But his legacy and the values and improvements that he brought to UTC during his time there will last for decades to come.
It has always been a goal of Chenevert to promote the growth of technology.
And he has done wonders with achieving this goal, especially during his time at UTC. This includes UTC’s prestigious Employee Scholar Program, which has helped give their employees the coveted opportunity to pursue further educations to improve the future of their careers. It has been said that Louis Chenevert had a forward-thinking style that he brought to his leadership and that positively impacted everything that he accomplished.