Faster problem solving, higher employee engagement and better company revenue. There is no doubt about it, diversity is not just good for the work environment, it’s also good for business.
Leonard Jegerås, traveling assembler at Saab, recently took part in the TV show LEGO Masters. Here he tells us how building LEGO helps him in his profession, and vice versa.
Torbjörn Vadhammar grew up dreaming of becoming a fighter pilot. In real life, he joined the Swedish Navy and later earned a Master of Science in engineering degree. Although Torbjörn shelved his pilot dream long ago, he now gets to test his mettle every day as a logistics expert at Saab.
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Constantly challenging his own abilities is probably something David Dahlin inherited from his father who was a fighter pilot in the Swedish Air Force. Among other things, it has led him to take on what is perhaps the most challenging project manager position in Sweden: leading the development of support solutions in the Gripen E programme.
The image of the first Brazilian Gripen E during its first flight has been seen by a worldwide audience.
Sanna Wallenius has found the perfect combination. With one foot in the stable and the other in one of Saab’s workshop hangars in Linköping, she gets to enjoy her two greatest passions: equestrian sports and aviation.
Arboga, Sweden. Saab’s deliveries to Brazil go way beyond the Gripen fighters. Even before the multirole fighter takes to the skies, the technical and cultural exchange between the two countries is already intense.
Maria Sandberg has been involved in aviation, in one way or another, for most of her life. She is a pilot and is certified in both civil and military aviation.
The first two T-X military trainer aircraft from Boeing and Saab made its maiden flight in St Louis, USA. Recently, Saab´s test pilot Richard Ljungberg flew the aircraft for the first time.