Islam And Management

Publisher:  International Islamic Publishing House IIPH (2008) 
Item Code: 1098
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Author:  Naceur Jabnoun
Publisher:  International Islamic Publishing House
Pages:  356
Binding:  Hardcover
ISBN: 9786035010160

About the Book:  In their wild and hot pursuit for organizational improvement, modern managers have been searching for effective management theories and practices in both the East and the West. The interest of managers expanded beyond modern management schools to include ancient ones such as Sun Tzu Art of War. Nevertheless, little attention is currently paid to the Islamic management approach that far outperformed more than its contemporaries, and left indelible marks on the minds of innumerable researchers, leaders, and managers that followed. This book will shed some light on the Islamic approach to management and delineate important lessons from the teachings of Islam and the experiences of Muslims. People who should read these books include all managers seeking to enhance the effectiveness of their organizations. This book’s particularly important for Muslim managers who will find it to be coherent to their cultural values. Topics covered in this book include: Culture Planning, Organizing, Leading, Motivating, Controlling, Competition, Conflict Management, Human Resource Management.  This book also includes a bonus chapter on the enriching leadership of ‘Umar ibn al-Khattab, the second caliph of Islam.

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Weight0.5700 kg
Dimensions2.3000 × 15.0000 × 22.0000 cm
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  1. Hina Sami

    What an interesting find! This book was recommended by a friend and I thought it would be a mundane read with a few verses quoted here and there. Quite the contrary is true – it is a well-researched and well-written book that needs to be taught in Colleges and Business Schools so we can produce more empathetic leaders. For far too long, we have been putting off all Islamic literature as ‘irrelevant’ and archaic. This book changes things!

    Hina Sami