Jeanna Tällberg has been appointed Executive Vice President and Head of People & Culture at Scania as from 1 October 2022. She will report to Christian Levin, President and CEO. Tällberg, born 1975, used to work for Scania with various roles in HR, then becoming Director of Leadership and Organisational Development, a position she held from 2012 to 2015. Jeanna Tällberg leaves H&M Group where she has been Head of HR Business Tech. She succeeds Helle Bay, who has left the company.

Statements from CEO Levin and Tällberg

«I am pleased to welcome Jeanna back to Scania and to our Executive Board. She has a deep understanding of our company and the industry. I am convinced that her drive and strategic way of working will benefit Scania», said Christian Levin.

«The automotive industry is taking on an extremely important and exciting transformation and I truly look forward to being part of that at Scania. I also look forward to continuing to strengthen People & Cultures role and contribution on this journey, because for me, our potential success as a company is all about our people. Last but not least, home is where the heart is and my heart has never left Scania. So I am very happy and honoured that it has now become time to come home», stated Jeanna Tällberg.


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