Inger G. Stensaker


Inger Stensaker is Professor in Strategic Change at NHH Norwegian School of Economics. Her research interests are within the area of strategy implementation, strategic change processes, organizational change capacity, innovation and renewal capacity and qualitative process studies.

She has extensive experience leading collaborative and cross-disciplinary research projects and strongly believes in developing close academic-practitioner relationships.

In her research, Stensaker works closely with firms as they are undergoing strategic change and renewal in order to explore how they can develop capacity for change and innovation. She typically examines strategic change processes from various levels in the organization (top management, middle management and employee level) and draws on sensemaking and identity theory to understand the dynamics of change.

Her work is published in Human Relations, Long Range Planning, Human Resource Management, British Journal of Management, Journal of International Business, Journal of Applied Behavioral Science, Organizational Dynamics and Journal of Change Management. Stensaker is past Chair of the ODC division at Academy of Management.

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Selected publications

Author(s) Title Publisher
Meyer, Christine; Stensaker, Inger G.; Bjerke, Rune; Haueng, Anne Cathrin Innovasjonskapasitet Fagbokforlaget; 2022
Martinsuo, Miia; Teerikangas, Satu; Stensaker, Inger G.; Meredith, Jack Editorial: Managing strategic projects and programs in and between organizations International Journal of Project Management Volume 40 (5); page 499 - 504; 2022
Colman, Helene Loe; Grøgaard, Birgitte; Stensaker, Inger G. Organizational identity work in MNE subsidiaries: Managing dual embeddedness Journal of International Business Studies Volume 53; page 1997 - 2022; 2022
Elter, Frank; Gooderham, Paul N.; Stensaker, Inger G. Successful and Unsuccessful Radical Transformation of Multinational Mobile Telephony Companies: The Role of Institutional Context. The Multiple Dimensions of Institutional Complexity in International Business Research; page 339 - 362; 2021
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