The course discusses the principle of Islamic management that based on the concept of belief in Allāh and the role of the human being as the Caliph to manage this world. At the same time the historical origin of management from Islamic and Western perspective is highlighted to show the differences between both. The discussions will explore on the important elements of Sharī ͨah and Maqāsid al-Sharī ͨah, Islamic ethics, Islamic and Islamic Shūra leadership, among those to fully instigate the real picture of what is really Islamic management. This subject compose of other important Islamic values that should be integrate in managing Islamic organization such as good values, governance and ethics. On the other hand, the Islamic conception of work in managing organization is highlighted. It is crucial in establishing a systematic and comprehensive approach of Islamic management essence and principles in Islamic organization. This is imperative to portray the real understanding of the philosophy of human being as the Caliph and his role to manage this world in wise, trust, justice, and best manner.

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