An empirical assessment of Islamic leadership principles

  • Khaliq Ahmad, O.K. Ogunsola
  • International Journal of Commerce and Management, September 2011, Emerald
  • DOI: 10.1108/10569211111165325

Leadership Style from an Islamic Perspective is empirically tested

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What is it about?

A combination of revealed sources of knowledge (the Quran and Sunnah) and literature reviews were used to document Islamic leadership principles.

Why is it important?

Use of the scale of statistical measurement was done to test the significance and reliability level to prove that Islamic leadership at workplace is practical approach.


Professor Khaliq Ahmad bin Mohamad
Qassim University

Islamic management is a diverse field. This study is, however, limited to Islamic leadership principles in an organization. Perhaps, this study will be little known to adherents of the conventional management principles, which may stimulate further thinking and debate on the crossing point between Islam and the conventional management/leadership of an organization.

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