Rocky Romanella is a former CEO, seasoned senior business executive, board director, sought-after keynote speaker, trainer and advisor.
Rocky Romanella is founder and senior partner of 3SIXTY Management Services, a management consulting firm specializing in executive speaking and leadership development. Rocky has the rare ability to see a clear vision of the changing business landscape combined with the passion to develop strategies, tactics and metrics to drive desired results.
In a corporate career that spanned almost 40 years, Rocky served as CEO for UniTek Global Services, a mid-cap telecommunications solutions company, and in several senior leadership roles at UPS, including President, Residential and Retail Operations.
At UPS for 36 years, Rocky successfully launched one of the largest re-branding initiatives in franchising history: The UPS Store, which revolutionized the $9 billion retail shipping and business services market. In addition to leading the global strategy of all U.S. and international retail channels, Rocky played a critical role in the integration of more than 20 acquisitions that became UPS Supply Chain Solutions to improve the company’s financial performance, capabilities and global network footprint. With responsibilities in the U.S., Canada, Mexico, Latin America and South America, Rocky also led UPS’s entry into the healthcare industry as part of their supply chain logistics strategy.
Rocky serves on the board of Goodman Networks, a leading provider of end-to-end network infrastructure, field and professional services to the wireless telecommunications and satellite television industries.
He received his Bachelor’s Degree in Management from St. John’s University.
Rocky Romanella Show Notes
What did you do before you became a MaturePreneur?
How long did you unload trucks at UPS before you moved to a different position?
When you worked at Unitech, it was a job, right?
When you retired from Unitech, was it scary going into your own business?
Talk a little about 3 Sixty Management Services, what do you do?
Once you started your business, what is the most successful idea you implemented for the business?
What was your least successful idea and how did you change tactics to fix it?
Is there anything that catapulted you to the next level in your business?
Do you actually pay for your own flight as well?
What is the best advice that someone has given you?
What is the biggest problem you see in the entrepreneurial space at the moment?
Why did you name your book “Tighten the Lug Nuts”?