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Edit Comment Close By: DRnovan (19 month(s) ago) assalamualaikum, dear my respected brada in islam, the interest of knowing about human devp in moslem point of view is increasing, so would u mind sharing it to all of moslem brada, inluded me. please sent to firstname.lastname@example.org. your kindly attention will be respected and jazakallahu khoir. wasalam Saving..... Post Reply Close Saving..... Edit Comment Close By: pungky29 (22 month(s) ago) Assalamualaikum warahmatullahi wabarakatuh, As a moslem management trainer in Indonesia, I'd like to know more about Islamic HRM I'll highly aprreciate if you can email it to email@example.com Wassalamualaikum warahmatullahi wabarakatuh, B.P. Kusumo Bintoro Saving..... Post Reply Close Saving..... Edit Comment Close By: mr_zaki (23 month(s) ago) great work thanks Saving..... Post Reply Close Saving..... Edit Comment Close By: azward (25 month(s) ago) and this is firs time i read the Muslim human write magazine,its very good. thanks Saving..... Post Reply Close Saving..... Edit Comment Close loading.... See all Premium member Presentation Transcript Islamic Human Resource Management : Islamic Human Resource Management By Minhaaj ur Rehman Slide 2: “Even if, a dog dies of hunger at the bank of Nile, the ruler is responsible. “ Caliph Omar Peace be Upon Him. Slide 3: And in no wise covet those things in which Allah has bestowed His gifts more freely on some of you than others: to men is allotted what they earn, and to women what they earn... (4:32) Slide 4: Son of Second Caliph Omar peace be upon died after Caliph refused to forgive his punsihment for drinking and fornication. He died of flogging but that could not change a Dad’s belief that rules are rules for everyone Slide 5: “Pay the laborer his wages before his sweat dries up (immediately) “ Caliph Omar Peace be Upon Him. Slide 6: He must be called the Saviour of Humanity. I believe that if a man like him were to assume the dictatorship of the modern world, he would succeed in solving its problems in a way that would bring it much needed peace and happiness - George Bernard Shaw Slide 7: My choice of Muhammad to lead the list of the world's most influential persons may surprise some readers and may be questioned by others, but he was the only man in history who was supremely successful on both the religious and secular levels." Michael Hart Slide 8: It is not the propagation but the permanency of his religion that deserves our wonder, the same pure and perfect impression which he engraved at Mecca and Medina is preserved, after the revolutions of twelve centuries by the Indian, the African and the Turkish proselytes of the Koran." Edward Gibbon and Simon Ocklay, HISTORY OF THE SARACEN EMPIRE, London, 1870, p. 54. Slide 9: For years Caliph Abu Bakar sold cloth in the markets of Arabia inspite of being the ruler of huge islamic empire. Slide 10: "Say (O Muhammad): Who hath forbidden the adornment (beautiful gifts) of God which He hath brought forth for His bondsmen and the good things of His providing?" (7:32) Islam does not prohibit luxuries afforded to humans by Allah given that is earned without hurting others. Slide 11: "Islam is built on five fundamentals: Belief in God, Service of worship, Fasting, Pilgrimage of the House of the One God, and the Zakat-tax." Its that simple! Slide 12: the qanun was the chief guide for medical science in the west from the twelfth to the seventeenth century. dr. william osler, who wrote the evolution of modern science, remarks "the qanun has remained a medical bible for a longer period than any other work". containing over a million words, it surveyed the entire medical knowledge available from ancient and muslim sources, and including his own original contributions. Slide 13: Ibn Sina's original contributions included such advances such as recognition of the contagious nature of phtisis andtuberculosis; distribution of diseases by water and soil and the interaction between psychology and health. Also, the book described over 760 drugs and became the most authentic of its era. Slide 14: Another great physician who soon followed was al-Razi was Abul Qasim al-Zahrawi (963-1013 AD) who is known as Albucasis to the West. A famous surgeon in his time, at the court of Caliph al- Hakam II , students and patients flocked to him from the Muslim world and Europe. Slide 15: Ibn Sina's original contributions included such advances such as recognition of the contagious nature of phtisis andtuberculosis; distribution of diseases by water and soil and the interaction between psychology and health. Also, the book described over 760 drugs and became the most authentic of its era. Slide 16: Ibn al-Baitars works were characterized by observation, analysis and classification and exerted a profound influence on Eastern as well as Western botany and medicine. Even though many of his works were translated and published late in the western languages, many earlier scientists had studied his books and made several references to it. Slide 17: Muhammad ibn Musa al-Khwarizmi, born in 780 A.D., was the founder of modern Algebra. He developed sine, cosine and trigonometrical tables, which were later translated to the West. His book on algebra Hisab al-Jabr waal-Muqabalah (The Calculation of Integration and Equation) was used until the 16th century as the principal textbook of European universities. Slide 18: Umar Khayyam known to the west as only a poet actually also was an excellent mathematician. He criticized Euclid's theorems, evolved a methodology for the solution of third degree equations, and did research in the field of binomials and their coefficients. Slide 19: Al-Biruni, a geographer, chronologist, mathematician, astronomer, was also a physicist. His Elements of Astrology remained a textbook for centuries and he also wrote on specific gravity, and developed formulas to determine absolute and specific weights of all objects. Slide 20: Abu al-Hassan al Haitham (965-1039 AD) was one of the most eminent physicists, whose contribution to optics and the scientific method were great. He discussed the propagation of light and colors, optic illusions and opposed the view of Euclid and Ptolemy that the eye sent out visual rays. Slide 21: Al-Asma'i (740-882 AD) was a philologist who contributed to Zoology, Botany and Animal Husbandry. Other Muslim botanists described plants in detail, medicinal herbs, physiology of plants and wrote books on horses, camels, sheep, birds, the history of bees and locusts, the effect of climate on the behavior of animals and men. Slide 22: In the field of geography, Ibn Majid invented the compass. The Muslims traversed the Indian, Atlantic and Pacific Ocean as well as sailing around the African continent, in their trading with India, Iran and Greece. They wrote such books as Akhbar al-Hind (Reports on India), Akhbar al-Sin (Reports on China) and Ajib al-Hind (Curiosities of India). Slide 23: Jabir ibn Aflah was a Spanish Arab who criticized Ptolemy's heliocentric theory of planetary motion. He designed the first portable celestial sphere to explain and measure the movements of celestial objects and led the way for spherical trigonometry. Al-Bitruji developed a new theory of stellar movements. Names of many constellations, words like zenith and nadir and even names of craters of the moon all go back to the works of Muslim scholars of this time. Slide 24: Al-Razi's contribution as a philosopher was also well known. The basic elements in his philosophical system were the Creator, the spirit, matter, space and time. He discussed their characteristics in detail and his concepts of space and time as constituting a continuum. Slide 25: The greatest figure in Islamic philosophy is held to be Imam al-Ghazali, who was a jurist, theologian, philosopher and mystic. Born in 1058 in Khorasan, he came to have a high standard of scholarship in religion and philosophy and gained an appointment as a professor at the Nizamiyah University, which was one of the most reputed institutions of learning at the time. Slide 26: Ghazali wrote many books including Tuhafut al-Falasifa (The Incoherence of the Philosophers) and Ihya al-Ulum al-Islamia (The Revival of the Islamic Sciences). Ghazali's influence was deep. His theological doctrines penetrated Europe and influenced Jewish and Christian Scholasticism and Thomas Aquinas. Slide 27: Other Muslims also wrote extensively on Creation, God,Aristotelian thought, logic and developed systems of jurisprudence and law. During this period especially, Islamic philosophy was active in Spain and Morocco. Slide 28: Ibn Khaldun's main contribution lies in philosophy of history and sociology. He wrote a world history aimed at analyzing historical events. The first volume was known as the Muqaddimah . This work identified psychological, economic, environmental and social facts that contributed to the advancement of human civilizations and the currents of history as opposed to just the political context of earlier writers. Slide 29: The well known Hadith "Allah is beautiful and He loves beauty" encouraged Muslims to beautify the word of Allah through calligraphy and other expressions. Islamic calligraphy began with the kufi styles, then followed naskhi, thuluth, muhaqqiq, rayhani, and nasta'liq. Calligraphy began as a direct response of the soul of Muslims to the descent of the Quranic revelation. Slide 30: Writes T.B. Irving on Islamic architecture, " ..few civilizations have approached Islam's beauties in architecture: her soaring minarets and spires, her fabled domes, her cool corridors, all reflect the yearning of Muslims, who refusing to find expression in natural depiction concentrate their energies on buildings and their embellishment." Slide 31: Miracle of Muslim Architecture Slide 32: Miracle of Muslim Architecture Slide 33: Miracle of Muslim Architecture Slide 34: Calligraphy Slide 35: Was this all a coincidence? Isn't this the role model for generations to come? A peaceful, educated and modern society abiding by the rules of Allah. Who else manages human resources this effectively? Slide 36: Transactional and Transformational Leadership Model Human rights, Freedom of Speech, Education and Conscience combined is Islam Accountability, Honesty and rule of law are the guiding principles Slide 37: Whats the difference? Why did western HRM failed to protect humanity? Slide 38: Basic Philosophy of creation is opposite. Implications of darwinian myth of creation is chaos and inhuamn practices. Dysfunctional organizational and political structures encourage non-accountability. Slide 39: Theories that came out of darwinian philosophy helped opportunists to oppress the people Facism, socialism, de jure/De facto democracy, free market principles, atheism and new age. Slide 40: Now what? How do we fix that ? Slide 41: Step up to the plate, because if you don't, just stop complaining. Adopt a simple life style. Cars are good, but nothing like a morning Walk. Slide 42: Don't use ignorance as an excuse, because learning about your rights is Your Responsibility. Speak against it, You would be surprised to know you aren't alone. Slide 43: Organizational culture in management literature refers to 'Management's view' of people. Islamic HRM focuses on community and NOT minority called 'Board of Governers'. Slide 44: What model represents islamic HRM? Open governace – Play by the book Open Source processes and accounting books. Lifelong employment with clear job description and motivation. Slide 45: Is that around ? Malaysian vision 2020 Islamic banking Takkaful (Insurance) companies Middle east, an emodiment of peace and prosperity Slide 46: Who decides who gets what? Power structures in IHRM? Shariah (islamic law) board members decide the framework. Anyone can challenge the decision and argue it. Open-door and hot-seat questioning. Slide 47: Obligatory Publication of decisions, accounts, recruitment, firing, training materials, compensation and reward structures. Participatory culture inviting both employees and customers through social media like wikis, blogs, microblogging and RSS. Slide 48: Lenient medical, education, urgent and mandatory annual leave policy. Old age benefits, gratuity funds, pensions and health care through islamic insurance (Takkaful) Immediate and on-spot medical facilities instead of reimbursements for medicines. Slide 49: Solid and clear rules for promotions, ruling out managerial intervention in process. Seniority based promotions and knowledge based rewards. Fix work hours and overtime adjusted in next work day Slide 50: Developing honest, conscientious and hardworking employees as opposed to opportunists. Create a culture of questioning and conscientiousness. Being right is more Important than being rich Banning benefits like five stars, limousines and club memberships. Get togethers and social media should be utilized Slide 51: What economic model turns this into reality ? “Money has never been the main problem for entrepreneurship, human resources have always been. Slide 52: Economy of Scales model of profit takes care of both businesses and customers. Strong Research and development blended with affordable price is the key to success. When you share your profit with people who gave you that, it always repeat the process. Slide 53: Who to follow ? What are the examples ? People help people, if what people do is for people. Linux community, Wikipedia, social networks, non profit organizational model, SourceForge, and answers.com They are good places to study. If modified as per islamic system, they can revolutionze the world. Slide 54: Is it as good as others? Islamic banking has proved to have worked as good as conventional banking without using interest as a financial tool. Its all over the place, in most of the countries. Its already there, you just have to take first step. Slide 59: Where is it ? I can't see it in my country. Maybe its only in islamic countries ? Is it only for muslims ? Slide 60: Good news is that its everywhere!! Yes almost everywhere! Slide 61: Australia • Australia Takaful Association Inc Bangladesh • Islami Insurance Company Ltd Bangladesh Bahamas • Islamic Takafol & Retakafol (Bahamas) Bahrain • Al-Salam Islamic Takaful Company • Islamic Insurance & Re-Insurance Co (IIRCO) • Takaful International Company (Formerly Bahrain Islamic Insurance Co.) • Takafol Islamic Insurance Co. EC Slide 62: Turkey • Ihlas Sigorta As Qatar • Qatar Islamic Insurance Co • Oman Inurance Company, Dubai United Kingdom • Takafol UK United States of America • Takaful USA Slide 63: India Al Ameen Islamic Financial & Investment Corp. (India) Ltd., Karnatka Bank Muscat International (SOAG) Al-Falah Investment Ltd Slide 64: Malaysia Adil Islamic Growth Fund (Innosabah Securities Sdn Bhd), Labuan Arab Malaysian Merchant Bank Berhad, Kuala Lumpur Bank Bumiputra Malaysia Berhad, Kuala Lumpur Bank Islam Malaysia Berhad, Kuala Lumpur Bank Kerjasama Rakyat Malaysia Berhad, Kuala Lumpur Dallah Al Baraka (Malaysia) Holding Sdn Bhd Lembaga Urusan Dan Tabung Haji (Fund), Kuala Lumpur Malayan Banking Berhad (Maybank), Kuala Lumpur Multi-Purpose Bank Berhad, Kuala Lumpur United Malayan Banking Corp. Berhad, Kuala Lumpur Bank Muamalat Berhad, Malaysia Labuan Offshore Financial Services Authority (LOFSA) Islamic banking & Takaful Dept, Bank Negara Malaysia Slide 65: Why is it absolutely necessary ? Animal, human and environmental abuses by corporations. Depravity and delinquency of corporate cultures. Slide 66: Highlights of Corporate Devastations Exxon valdez oil Spill Union Carbide's Bhopal Massacre Walmart's anti unionization stance Mcdonald, Monsanto and KFC's unsafe Products Slide 67: Nestle's attempt to convince third world mother's to use packaged milk Bechtel's attempt to privatize Bolivia's water, that was thwarted by brave bolivians. Corporate attempt to patent indian basmati rice. Slide 68: Ibm's help for hitler's army in world war by providing punch card machines for prison camp management Federal reserver bank's exploitation of US citizens through manipulation of interest rates and policies. Slide 69: IMF's predatory policy towards third world. NAFTA's unfair trade regulations and protectionist tendencies of US US oil wars and fear creation by waging a war against terrorism Slide 70: It doesn't have to be this way forever. WE are already up and running. Numerous communities protested against walmart and kicked them out of their hometowns. Open source software is gaining momentum and winning the lawsuits. Slide 71: US model of imperialism has failed and world has joined hands together to help each other and not few. Free market principles have been proved wrong by numerous economists, namely joseph stiglitz etc. Slide 72: Creative commons and copyleft has changed the way people think about stupid ideas like copyright Social media has brought world closely and education with borders has created awareness and violent reaction against capitalism. Slide 73: We're big We'Re strong WE're together WE're just too many Slide 74: Results of some fights are too obvious There is an afterlife and we all have to be accountable for our deeds. Its not a question of winning or losing. Its merely a question of which side you want to be! Slide 75: Education and protest is our way out of the misery that none of us deserves Slide 76: Thanks You do not have the permission to view this presentation. In order to view it, please contact the author of the presentation.