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L’Islam et le Management

NACEUR JABNOUN

Published 2012
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Hardcover
304 pages
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Ce livre propose de découvrir comment gérer son entreprise en appliquant les principes islamiques. Il s’adresse à tous les dirigeants, notamment Musulmans, qui cherchent à optimiser l’efficacité de leur organisation tout en gardant une cohérence avecMoreCe livre propose de découvrir comment gérer son entreprise en appliquant les principes islamiques. Il s’adresse à tous les dirigeants, notamment Musulmans, qui cherchent à optimiser l’efficacité de leur organisation tout en gardant une cohérence avec leurs valeurs morales et religieuses.International Islamic Publishing House is pleased to be able to offer this new French translation ofIslam and Managementby Dr. Naceur Jabnoun.In their pursuit for organizational improvement, modern managers have been searching for effective management theories and practices in both the East and the West. The interest of managers has expanded beyond contemporary management schools to include even ancient ones. Nevertheless, little attention is currently paid to the Islamic management approach, one that has far outperformed its contemporaries and left indelible marks on the minds of innumerable researchers, leaders, and managers that have followed.Islam and Managementwill shed light on the Islamic approach to management and delineate important lessons from the teachings of Islam and the experiences of Muslims. People who should read this book include all managers seeking to enhance the effectiveness of their organizations. This book is particularly important for Muslim managers who will find its approach to be coherent with their cultural values.Topics covered in this book include organizational culture, planning, organizing, leading, motivating, controlling, competition, conflict management, and human resource management. This book also includes a chapter on the enriching leadership of ‘Umar ibn al-Khattâb, the second caliph of Islam.