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
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
The way forward
B Custers, T Calders, T Zarsky, B Schermer
Discrimination and Privacy in the Information Society, 341-357, 2013
Organizing distributed knowledge for collaborative action: Structure, functioning, and emergence of organizational transactive memory systems
JK Schakel
Amsterdam University Press, 2014
Shots fired! Why is switching between organisational practices so difficult?
JK Schakel, PC Van Fenema, S Faraj
LSE Business Review, 2016
Business analytics research in military organizations
JB Maas, PC van Fenema, JK Schakel
Routledge Handbook of Research Methods in Military Studies, 293-306, 2014
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
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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