Peer-reviewed journal articles
Okoli, J.O., Weller, G., Watt, J. (2014). Eliciting Experts' Knowledge in Emergency Response Organizations. International Journal of Emergency Services, 3 (2), pp. 118-130
Okoli, J.O., Weller, G and Watt, J. (2016) Information filtering and intuitive decision making model: Towards a model of expert intuition. Journal of Cognition, Technology and Work, 18 (1), pp 89-103 ABS 1* [IF: 1.206]
Okoli, J., Watt, J., Weller, G., & Wong, W. B. (2016). The role of expertise in dynamic risk assessment: A reflection of the problem-solving strategies used by experienced Fireground commanders. Risk Management 18 (1), 4–25
Okoli, J., Watt, J., & Weller, G. (2017). Towards the classification of fireground cues: a qualitative analysis of expert reports. Journal of Contingencies and Crisis Management, 25(4), 197-208. Impact Factor: 1.977
Okoli, J., & Watt, J. (2018). Crisis decision-making: the overlap between intuitive and analytical strategies. Management Decision, 56(5), 1122-1134. ABS 2*
Okoli, J.O., Arroteia, N. and Barisch, O (2019) Piloting a portfolio of experiential learning activities for international business students. Journal of Teaching in International Business 30:3, 219-245, https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/08975930.2019.1698393
Okoli, J. (2020), "Expert knowledge elicitation in the firefighting domain and the implications for training novices", International Journal of Disaster Resilience in the Built Environment, Vol. 11 No. 4, pp. 577-578. https://doi.org/10.1108/IJDRBE-09-2020-086
Okoli, J. (2020), “Improving decision-making effectiveness in crisis situations: developing intuitive expertise at the workplace”. Development and Learning in Organisations: An International Journal (Accepted). DOI: (10.1108/DLO-08-2020-0169)
Journal papers currently under review
Okoli, J.O., Watt, J and Weller, G. (2019) Intuition in practice: learning from expert firefighters. Journal of Information and Organisation ABS 3* [Under review]
Okoli, J.O & Hatami-Marbini, A. (2020) Managing complex crises through the lens of intuitive expertise: A naturalistic decision-making perspective". International Journal of Mass Emergencies and Disasters (Under review].
International conference proceedings (peer-reviewed)
Okoli, J. O., Weller, G., Watt, J., & Wong, B. L. W. (2013). Decision making strategies used by experts and the potential for training intuitive skills: A preliminary study. In H. Chaudet, L. Pellegrin, & N. Bonnardel (Eds.), Proceedings of the 11th international conference on naturalistic decision making (NDM 2013), Marseille, France, 21-24 May 2013 (pp. 227-232). Paris, France: Arpege Science
Okoli, J.O., Watt, J., Weller, G. (2016) Managing complex fires in urban environments: A tale of two cultures. In: International Conference on Urban Risks (ICUR 2016), 30 Jun - 02 July 2016, Lisbon, Portugal, pp. 531-538
Watt, J., Ball, D and Okoli, J. (2016) Utilising expertise to manage dynamic urban risks. In: International Conference on Urban Risks (ICUR 2016), 30 Jun - 02 July 2016, Lisbon, Portugal, pp. 123-129
International Conference presentations
Okoli, J.O., Weller, G., Watt, J. (2013). Decision making strategies used by experts and the potential for training intuitive skills: A preliminary study. Paper presented at the Annual research conference, Middlesex University, UK. (Awarded best PhD student, £100)
Okoli, J.O., Watt, J., Weller, G. (2014). Managing Risks and Uncertainties on the Fire Ground. Abstract presented at the society for Risk Analysis conference, Istanbul Turkey, June 16-18.
Okoli, J.O and Watt, J. (2018) Dynamic risk assessment in the fire-fighting domain: the role of expert intuition. SRA-E 2018: Risk & Uncertainty – From Critical Thinking to Practical Impact. Mid Sweden University, Östersund, Sweden, 18–20 June 2018
Work in pipeline
Okoli, J.O (2020) The challenges of firefighting in Nigeria: A knowledge management perspective. Journal of African Affairs (ABS 3*)
Okoli, J.O., Watt, J and Weller, G. (2020). A cross-cultural comparison of the UK and Nigerian Fire Service using the Critical Decision Method.