Karen is a PhD scholar at the Department of Strategy and Management at the Norwegian School of Economics (NHH). Her research focus is on digitalization and digital transformation, and especially digital transformation in established firms.
Her teaching and teaching assistant experience evolves around courses such as STR453 Digitalization (master), SOL18 Digital Business Understanding (bachelor), and SOL11 Project Management (bachelor).
Karen holds an MSc from NHH and a BSc from the former Bergen University College (HiB). In between degrees and PhD scholar position, she has gained work experience from different industries – including experience from the shipping industry and working as a consultant within Strategy & Operations at Deloitte.
|Osmundsen, Karen||Competences for Digital Transformation – Insights from the Norwegian Energy Sector||2020|
|Osmundsen, Karen; Iden, Jon; Bygstad, Bendik||Organizing Robotic Process Automation: Balancing Loose and Tight Coupling||Proceedings of the Annual Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences (HICSS) Volume 52; page 6918 - 6926; 2019|
|Osmundsen, Karen; Iden, Jon||Robotisert prosessautomatisering i DFØ||Magma - Tidsskrift for økonomi og ledelse Volume 22 (3); page 51 - 57; 2019|
|Osmundsen, Karen Sæbbø; Iden, Jon; Bygstad, Bendik||DIGITAL TRANSFORMATION: DRIVERS, SUCCESS FACTORS, AND IMPLICATIONS||2018|
|Osmundsen, Karen||Competences for Digital Transformation – Insights from the Norwegian Energy Sector||Proceedings of the Annual Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences (HICSS); 2020|
|Osmundsen, Karen; Bygstad, Bendik||Patterns of Interaction: Making Sense of Digitalization in Incumbent Firms||SCIS & ISIS; 2020|