The appointments are effective September 10.
Bollore will lead the automaker's design and product programs, engineering and quality, purchasing, manufacturing and supply chain. His title will be Chief Competitive Officer.
Bollore started his career at Michelin & Cie in 1990 as a shop manager in a heavy truck tire factory and spent the following 15 years at the company. He then joined the emission and control technologies division of Faurecia in 2005 before being hired by Renault in September of last year.
Jose Vicente de los Mozos will replace Bollore as head of manufacturing and supply chain and will report to Bollore. Currently, de los Mozos is head of Renault Spain and director of body assembly manufacturing.
Stoll will lead sales and marketing and coordinate the group's Europe, Euromed-Africa, Eurasia, Americas and Asia-Pacific regions. His title is Chief Performance Officer.
Stoll joined the French carmaker in 1980 and previously handled group sales.
New marketing boss
Michael van der Sande will become head of marketing, reporting to Stoll. Van der Sande will replace Stephen Norman, the company's current marketing boss. Norman's future appointment will be announced separately, Renault said.
Renault decided to drop the chief operating officer position after the resignation of Tavares, who had made public his wish to run General Motors Co. or Ford Motor Co. in an interview with Bloomberg.
The new management organization broadens the operating responsibilities of Ghosn ahead of a decision next year by the French automaker's board on whether to extend the CEO's contract.
"Our objective was to take fast, transparent action by putting in place a clear and simple organization," Ghosn said in a statement.
The model-producing managers, dubbed the competitiveness group, will "reinforce the development of an attractive product range" while ensuring vehicle quality and holding back costs, Renault said last week.
The sales executives in the so-called performance group will focus on "growth, market share and profitability of sales."
Tavares was appointed to the job two years ago after former COO Patrick Pelata had to resign over a botched corporate spying investigation in which three senior managers were wrongfully dismissed. Pelata was the first person to hold the position, which was created in 2008.
Automotive News Europe contributed to this report