Louis Chenevert’s retirement from the helm of United Technologies Corporation came as a shocker to many as it has never been expected that a person can resign from a well-performing company. The trend in the corporate industry, has been that CEO‘s and those at the top managerial level only vacate office when they fail to meet the goals that are expected of them. However, Louis Chenevert believes that to make an impact in any field of life, one should leave what he/she touches in a better state that it was previously.
Louis Chenevert has continually implemented this strategy since he started working at General Motors and Pratt & Whitney as the Production Manager. As a result, Louis Chenevert is continuously referenced in different platforms as a reflection of success in corporate leadership. He looks forward to making his hobby one of the most excellent success stories in the industry of yacht building. Louis Chenevert’s focus is now placed on the eventual construction of ships at a company of his own.
Louis Chenevert’s engagement in boat building has led him to corporate with other well-established organizations in the industry such as Horizon. Since he has previously been engaged in the field of production, he understands all that it takes to create success in this area. That is why he decided to join hands with a company that had the resources and technological expertise.
Louis Chenevert understands quite well that the process of production requires in inputs, and the manipulation of whatever materials will be employed in the process determines the kind of success that will be obtained. His engagement in the field of production has mainly been associated with technological advancement, and this is because he understands the importance of changing the methods of production and adopting the best techniques each step of the way. Chenevert currently works for Goldman Sachs.