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Islamic Business and Performance Management
The Maslahah-Based Performance Management System



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ISBN 9781032488226
April 28, 2023 Forthcoming by Routledge
272 Pages 52 B/W Illustrations

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Book Description

This unique book discovers a new dimension in the study of strategic and performance management in Islamic Business studies. It addresses the missing link of spirituality from modern day organizational structure in the presence of high-tech pressure in all areas of human endeavours.

The authors propose an integrated study of Islamic business approach to strategic and performance management systems to achieve sustainable organizational performance. The book explores employee’s wellbeing and organizations perceiving work environment as a spiritual pathway to cultivate values in Islamic business ecosystem to sustain humanity. It is all about care, empathy, and sustenance of others, about truthfulness and management being truthful to themselves and others and endeavouring to live their values more effusively while performing their work. The book stresses the impact of spirituality in performance management, concluding that for any organization to run efficiently, spirituality is the core component to attain happiness, contentment, and success.

The book will be of interest to a variety of management scholars, including those researching and studying performance management, talent management, strategic management and business ethics.

Table of Contents

PART-I

ORGANIZATION REQUIRES MASLAHAH

Chapter 1 Islamic Economic System- Maslahah in a Muslim State Economy

Chapter 2 Falah as the Organizational Goal

Chapter 3 Maslahah as the Intermediary Organizational Objective

Chapter 4 Individual Maslahah Fulfilment Efforts

PART-II

MASLAHAH AS A BASIS FOR THE ORGANIZATIONAL PERFORMANCE SYSTEM

Chapter 5 The Measures of Organizational Performance and Fulfilment Efforts

Chapter 6 Maslahah and Orientations

Chapter 7 Customer Orientation and Preservation of Customer Relationship

PART-III

MANAGING MASLAHAH -BASED ORGANIZATIONAL

PERFORMANCE SYSTEM

Chapter 8 PDCA Cycle of MaP Performance System

Chapter 9 Performance Planning

Chapter 10 Performance Implementation

Chapter 11 Performance Evaluation

Chapter 12 Performance Action

PART-IV

APPLICATION OF MASLAHAH BASED PERFORMANCE SYSTEMS

Chapter 13 Maslahah Performa Building

Chapter 14 Case Study

Chapter 15 Conclusion

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Author(s)

Biography

Achmad Firdaus is an Associate professor of Islamic Economics and Dean of the Faculty of Islamic Economics and Business at Institut Agama Islam (IAI) Tazkia, Indonesia. He earned his PhD in Islamic economics from Syarif Hidayatullah State Islamic University (UIN), Jakarta (2013), Master of Science in Management from Graduate School of Faculty of Economics and Business- Universitas Indonesia (2004) and Bachelor of Physics from Faculty of Mathematics and Sciences – Universitas Indonesia (1993). He joined IAI Tazkia since 2012 and has held academic positions such as Head of the Master’s Program, Director of Postgraduate. He has worked at PT. SANYO Jaya Components Indonesia (1993-2003) (manufacture), PT. Asuransi Takaful Keluarga (2005-2009) (insurance) and also consultant in management (2004-2015). His primary research interests are but not limited to Islamic wealth management, Islamic performance management, Islamic strategic management, Islamic marketing, Islamic finance/banking/insurance.

Khaliq Ahmad served IIUM for 27 years and joined as Research Professor at Putra Business School after serving as full Professor at Qassim University, Saudi Arabia. Dr. Ahmad who graduated from AMU Aligarh by obtaining his doctorate, M.Phil and master's degrees, worked in private sector for five years. As founding President- ICIFE <www.icife.net> and former Dean, Institute of Islamic Banking and Finance (2015-2016), he steered IIUM to be ranked world No.1 in 2015, 2016 by QS Ranking in Islamic Finance research and publication citation index. His academic interest is but not limited to Corporate Governance, Leadership, Strategic & Islamic Management, Islamic Social Finance, Islamic Marketing.