Roel Schouteten
Roel Schouteten
Institute for Management Research, Radboud University Nijmegen
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Implementing lean practices in manufacturing SMEs: testing ‘critical success factors’ using Necessary Condition Analysis
WH Knol, J Slomp, RLJ Schouteten, K Lauche
International Journal of Production Research 56 (11), 3955-3973, 2018
Lean production assessed by Karasek’s job demand–job control model
R Schouteten, J Benders
Economic and Industrial Democracy 25 (3), 347-373, 2004
Individual ambidexterity in SMEs: Towards a typology aligning the concept, antecedents and outcomes
T Mu, A Van Riel, R Schouteten
Journal of Small Business Management 60 (2), 347-378, 2022
The relative importance of improvement routines for implementing lean practices
WH Knol, J Slomp, RLJ Schouteten, K Lauche
International Journal of Operations & Production Management 39 (2), 214-237, 2018
Employee share schemes in Europe. The influence of US multinationals
E Poutsma, PEM Ligthart, R Schouteten
management revue, 99-122, 2005
Influence of work‐related characteristics and work ability on changing employer or leaving the profession among nursing staff
A Rongen, SJW Robroek, BIJM van der Heijden, R Schouteten, ...
Journal of Nursing Management 22 (8), 1065-1075, 2014
First organise, then automate: a modern socio‐technical view on ERP systems and teamworking
J Benders, P Hoeken, R Batenburg, R Schouteten
New Technology, Work and Employment 21 (3), 242-251, 2006
Predicting absenteeism: screening for work ability or burnout
R Schouteten
Occupational Medicine, kqw161, 2016
Knowledge management, health information technology and nurses’ work engagement
PHJ Hendriks, PEM Ligthart, RLJ Schouteten
Health care management review 41 (3), 256-266, 2016
Age as a moderator in the relationship between work-related characteristics, job dissatisfaction and need for recovery
JT Bos, NCGM Donders, RLJ Schouteten, JWJ Van der Gulden
Ergonomics 56 (6), 992-1005, 2013
Group work in a Dutch home care organization: does it improve the quality of working life?
R Schouteten
The International Journal of Health Planning and Management 19 (2), 179-194, 2004
Feedback provision, nurses’ well‐being and quality improvement: towards a conceptual framework
APM Giesbers, RLJ Schouteten, E Poutsma, BIJM Van der Heijden, ...
Journal of Nursing Management 23 (5), 682-691, 2015
Controlling the courts: new public management and the Dutch judiciary
M Visser, R Schouteten, J Dikkers
Justice system journal 40 (1), 39-53, 2019
ERP‐systems and job content: a case study of HR‐assistants
J Benders, R Schouteten, M Aoulad el Kadi
Personnel Review 38 (6), 641-654, 2009
Continuous improvement, burnout and job engagement: a study in a Dutch nursing department
J Benders, H Bleijerveld, R Schouteten
The International journal of health planning and management 32 (4), 481-491, 2017
Nurses’ perceptions of feedback to nursing teams on quality measurements: An embedded case study design
APMS Giesbers, RLJ Schouteten, E Poutsma, BIJM van der Heijden, ...
International Journal of Nursing Studies 64, 120-129, 2016
Towards a better understanding of the relationship between feedback and nurses’ work engagement and burnout: A convergent mixed-methods study on nurses’ attributions about the …
APMS Giesbers, RLJ Schouteten, E Poutsma, BIJM van der Heijden, ...
International Journal of Nursing Studies 117, 103889, 2021
Balances in well-being at work. Determinants, measurements and improvements of the quality of working life.
RLJ Schouteten
Capelle a/d IJssel: Labyrint Publication, 2001
Organizational change and job satisfaction among voluntary and paid workers in a Dutch voluntary organization
RLJ Schouteten, T Vleuten
Nijmegen: Institute for Management Research, 2013
The development of HR support for alternative international assignments. From liminal position to institutional support for short-term assignments, international business …
J Bücker, E Poutsma, R Schouteten, C Nies
Journal of Global Mobility: The Home of Expatriate Management Research 8 (2 …, 2020
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