What is it about?

This introductory chapter shares the idea of management practices in the form of case studies. Islamic perspective to case studies is to share management practices compliant of shariah knowledge which is a growing field of study and enquiry. However, the best practices, on the other hand, are a compendium of modern concepts that encapsulate the idea of applying the excellent methods and techniques irrespective of where they are available from to demonstrate efficiency and effectiveness in an organization.

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Why is it important?

This would enable Islamic management practices to be shared in class to train a future generation of potential managers currently undergoing training at graduate business schools at institutions of higher learning.


This book is written from the Islamic perspective. This type of cases studies map the strategic aspects of organizational structure and grasp the motives that influence Malaysian especially Muslim managers’ choice elsewhere too in seeking specific response to the situation at hand that is in tune with traditions in Islamic inquiry.

Research Professor Dr. Khaliq Ahmad
Putra Business School-UPM-Malaysia

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This page is a summary of: Background to management practices, November 2021, Taylor & Francis, DOI: 10.4324/9781003243779-1.
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