MPowered Management

In their wild and hot pursuit for organizational improvement, modern organizations have been searching for effective management theories and practices in both the East and the West.

From Zen practices to One Minute MBA, all theories have been tried and tested. Yet the core value system provided by Islaam has not been explored to the tilt.

This seminar will shed some light on the Islaamic approach to management and delineate important lessons from the teachings of Islaam and experiences of Muslims.

Topics covered in this workshop include:

  • Mission Statement
  • Planning
  • Organizing
  • Leading
  • Motivating
  • Competition
  • Human Resource Management

Management today is defined as "Getting things done through others."

Following this concept, A Manager is now understood as the person who works through others. A good manager, therefore, is a person who not only knows what is to be done but exactly how to get it done. The noble Quran confirms:

We raise some of them above others in ranks, so that some may command work from others...[Surah Zukhruf 43:32]

This workshop also includes a case study on JIT [Just in Time] approach by Toyota motors and its relationship with the Islaamic Management.

A must attend for all students of engineering, entrepreneurs and seekers of knowledge.

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