Steve Rosebaugh has more than 24 years of leadership experience in operations, engineering, and marketing management within the Fortune 1000. Some of his greatest talents include change management, root cause analysis, and project management.
Rosebaugh is a global leader in CEO advising, C-level consulting, and senior executive coaching. He is uniquely qualified to provide project management for SOLIDleaders’ consulting engagements. Also, Rosebaugh is a certified business performance coach, and is particularly adept at helping clients gain goal clarity, design strategic business change, and build high-performing teams. Rosebaugh recently co-authored the Amazon best seller “Counter-Attack” with Brian Tracy, internationally renowned author and speaker.
Beginning in 2009, Rosebaugh has provided business performance coaching to senior executives, business owners, and non-profit organizations. He has led numbers of global teams through difficult transitions and unexpected change. In one instance, his consulting led to a client experiencing 32% revenue growth in just seven months as a result of his team-centric approach.
From 2004 through 2008, Rosebaugh was a Senior Product Manager at Freescale Semiconductor. He was responsible for two system-on-chip (SoC) product introductions during this time. He led the product definition, IP development, launch, and program management of the innovative MPC5200, which won the “Telematics Component of the Year” award in 2007.
Prior to this, from 1998 to 2004, Rosebaugh was one of the key management executives in a startup. He provided leadership over the hiring and management of the hardware and software engineering teams. A talented innovator, Rosebaugh introduced the MPC823e and MPC5100 products into the global automotive market for telematics. Rosebaugh led configuration, launch, technical support, and third party relationships for the MobileGT software development platform, which included technology from Motorola, IBM, and QNX. During this time, Motorola achieved a sole supplier status for processors used in General Motor’s OnStar system.
Before this, from 1995 to 1998, Rosebaugh was a key manager at Motorola’s largest Asian manufacturing facility. While in Kuala Lumpur, he led a diverse team of engineers to achieve production capacity improvements of over 48% with zero capital expenditures.
From 1988 to 1995, Rosebaugh led an engineering team responsible for custom products for Ford Motor Company. With a customer expectation of zero defective units, he utilized a root cause analysis methodology to achieve exceptional results. Since this time, Rosebaugh has received numerous customer accolades and awards for excellence for competitive cost, quality, and delivery performance.
Just out of college, Rosebaugh spent six years at Harris where he prototyped, qualified, and launched an innovative CMOS process used on fuse-link programmable memories, which was popular with space and military applications. He holds a degree in Electrical Engineering from the University of Illinois in Champaign-Urbana.