A Conceptual Framework for Management in the Light of Islamic Perspective: An Analytic Study

Authors

  • Muhammad Umar Riaz Abbasi PhD Scholar National University of Modern Languages Islamabad

Keywords:

Islam, Management, Framework, Conceptual, Analysis

Abstract

Good management is any company's most significant competitive factor. One of the most critical components of successful management is achieving success for yourself and others. It is the mechanism for planning, organizing, directing, and regulating a business's complete structure. This article aims to provide an Islamic-based conceptual framework for excellent management, not only to ensure efficient company operations but also to ensure respect for Islamic moral and ethical norms. In general, administration is a method that controls others' work behavior and achieves specified corporate goals and objectives through having them do work. The Qur'an and Sunnah include detailed guidance on the sorts of administration to be used in resolving a variety of personal, familial, secretarial, social, financial, and national, along with international challenges. To connect management to the past of human civilization, it's vital to inform community about Allah's Prophets (SWT), which Allah sends to various countries to advise people in the right direction. All of Allah's Prophets (SWT) is religious leaders who preach Islam's doctrines, and the majority of them are successful businessmen, managers, and rulers. Many managerial ideas were conveyed by Allah (SWT) through his Prophet, and the late Prophet Hazrat Muhammad (SAW) rose to the top. This article tries to look at the origins of Islam while also drawing on modern management techniques. As a result, management procedures are guided by Islam's socioeconomic structure, which is appropriate for current commercial operations.

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Published

2022-03-02

How to Cite

Abbasi, M. U. R. (2022). A Conceptual Framework for Management in the Light of Islamic Perspective: An Analytic Study. Pakistan Journal of Islamic Philosophy, 4(1), 36-48. Retrieved from https://pakjip.com/index.php/pjip/article/view/125