Changes on the Bosch's Board of Management

Changes on the Bosch's Board of Management

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Michael Bolle has joined the board of management of German company Bosch effective July 1. Bolle is currently head of the corporate sector for research and advance engineering.

He will be taking over the newly created position of chief digital officer as well as the chief technology officer function. Alongside the corporate sector for research and advance engineering, his future responsibilities will include the corporate IT sector, the Bosch Software Innovations subsidiary, and corporate technology coordination and engineering methods.

On December 31,  Rolf Bulander will be retiring after 30 years with the company. He has been a member of the board of management since 2013, and spokesperson for the Mobility Solutions business sector since 2015. Effective January 1, 2019, his successor and thus the new spokesperson for the Mobility Solutions business sector will be Stefan Hartung.

Joining the board of management will be Rolf Najork. Currently the managing director of Bosch Rexroth, from January 1 he will be taking over from Hartung as head of the Industrial Technology business sector. Najork will also continue to act as the president of Bosch Rexroth.

Also joining the board of management will be Christian Fischer. Currently a senior partner at the management consulting firm Roland Berger, Fischer will take over as head of the Energy and Building Technology business sector from January 1.

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