dr. Jan-Kees Schakel
dr. Jan-Kees Schakel
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Routledge handbook of research methods in military studies
J Soeters, PM Shields, S Rietjens
Routledge, 2014
Shots fired! Switching between practices in police work
JK Schakel, PC van Fenema, S Faraj
Organization Science 27 (2), 391-410, 2016
To the edge and beyond: How fast-response organizations adapt in rapidly changing crisis situations
JK Schakel, J Wolbers
Human Relations 74 (3), 405-436, 2021
The way forward
B Custers, T Calders, T Zarsky, B Schermer
Discrimination and Privacy in the Information Society: Data Mining and …, 2013
Knowledge-Based Policing: Augmenting Reality with Respect for Privacy
JK Schakel, R Rienks, R Ruissen
SAPERE series: Studies in Applied Philosophy, Epistemology and Rational …, 2012
Business analytics research in military organizations
JB Maas, PC van Fenema, JK Schakel
Routledge Handbook of Research Methods in Military Studies, 273-286, 2014
Organizing distributed knowledge for collaborative action: Structure, functioning, and emergence of organizational transactive memory systems
JK Schakel
Amsterdam University Press, 2014
Towards Preserving Biodiversity using Nature FIRST Knowledge Graph with Crossovers
A Ahmeti, JK Schakel, R David, A Revenko
Towards a cultural perspective on the absorption of emerging technologies in military organizations
P Oling, S Rietjens, P van Fenema, JK Schakel
Intelligence and National Security 37 (4), 482-497, 2022
Shots fired! Why is switching between organisational practices so difficult?
JK Schakel, PC Van Fenema, S Faraj
LSE Business Review, 2016
Actieonderzoek: kansen en uitdagingen
De informatie-professional 3.0, 2014
In Search for Intelligence: Automatically Estimating the Implicitness of Police Officers Observation Messages, an Ongoing Action Research
X Putte, P Oling, JK Schakel
Benelux Conference on Artificial Intelligence, 425-432, 2009
273 Business Analytics Research in Military Organizations
JB Maas, PC van Fenema, JK Schakel
Routledge Handbook of Research Methods in Military Studies, 273-286, 0
Actieonderzoek: kans en uitdaging voor onderzoekende informatieprofessional
JK Schakel
Kennis-gestuurd politiewerk
JK Schakel, R Rienks, R Ruissen
Knowledge-based policing
JK Schakel, R Rienks, R Ruissen
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