Canadian Businessman Louis Chenevert is an influential person in the management of businesses in In Canada and America. His story of success is inspiring and one of those that influence young entrepreneurs to grow up knowing what to do in the course of growing their career. Louis Chenevert has moved from a very humble beginning to become a vital player in the business industry. He has been a production manager at the General Motors and the CEO of one of the largest conglomerate businesses in the world known as United Technologies Corporation. This is a company that has multi-billion companies under its management. To be the overall head of such a business is never an easy thing. One needs to have a spotless track record of assisting other businesses to grow in the past.
Louis Chenevert was born in Quebec in 1958 in a humble family that taught him about the value of working hard and becoming a teat person in future. He learned the value of hard work at a very young age and even as he joined the university, he knew what he wanted to be. He was interested in business and entrepreneurship, and that is why he took a course in production management at HEC Montreal School of Business.
As a production manager, his work is to help businesses come with production methods that will enhance business. High-quality products, efficiency in production, the volume of production, cost of production are some of the factors that fall in his area of expertise. He ensures that the cost of production is minimized as much as possible so that companies can realize better profits. While working for various establishments, this is something that he has clearly proved to understand. He has helped UTC realize profits after the financial crisis of 2008. He took over the mandate of leading the firm in 2008 at the height of the crisis. Despite the challenges, he still made huge gains for the firm.
Louis Chenevert proved that what matters in business is having the right skills and mindset to lead a business amidst external challenges. His term in office as the CEO of UTC remains of the best in the history of the company.