While strategic management is a cornerstone of any MBA program, it's almost always taught from conventional theories and typically American case studies. This book takes those traditional theories and interprets them from an Islamic perspective using more international case studies. Though primarily intended as a textbook for business students, the book is also extremely useful for any Muslim business leaders who want to transform their businesses while complying with Shariah, with a particular focus on developing corporate cultures and structures in sync with Islamic values.
- Offers a critical review of conventional strategic management theory, suggesting more effective alternatives based on a combination of conventional and Islamic theories
- Includes international case studies, each with a particularly Islamic angle
- Written by a successful author team that has written extensively on the subject of business management from an Islamic perspective
Keywords: Strategic Management, strategic management from an Islamic perspective, strategic management and Islam, strategic management shariah, Islamic business management, Islamic strategic management, strategic management and Islamic principles, strategic management and Shariah, strategic management case studies, strategic management for Muslims, strategic management principles and Islam, Islamic finance, Islamic business ethics, IIUM, Rodrigue Fontaine, Khaliq Ahmad, Islamic perspectives in management, International Islamic University Malaysia