Stine's strength as a consultant is in her ability to see the big picture, connecting the structural and the procedural. At Bjørnson, she works in organisational development, work environment mapping, management development, and management guidance. She has extensive knowledge and a deep understanding of the design of change and implementation processes, and is skilled in supporting leaders who are faced with planning and implementing change measures.
Stine studied at the University of Stavanger, where she earned a a bachelor's degree in social sciences with a focus on personnel management, a master's degree in change management, and a doctorate in social sciences with a specialization in organisation and management. Her doctoral dissertation focused on the design of change processes, and how a chosen design guides both the behavior of the individuals involved, and the outcome of the process. The municipal reform (2014-2017) was used as a case. In the dissertation's analysis and discussion, Stine focused on the balance between governance and autonomy, talk as a coordination mechanism, and the importance of local communities and a common understanding of reality.
In addition to her doctoral project, Stine has several years of work experience in HR-related roles in the petroleum industry. She also has experience as a lecturer and supervisor at the University of Stavanger. She has published several scientific articles and contributed to various specialist books in the fields of organizational design and change.
Stine is a senior consultant at Bjørnson.