ENTREPRENUERSHIP, ORGANISATIONAL BEHAVIOUR & ISLAMIC FOUNDATION

 

     NO.        SHORT COURSE DETAILS                                                                     
  1
  • PROGRAM: Business Development in Islamic Perspectives
  • DURATION:  1 Day
  • INSTRUCTOR / FACILITATOR: Dr. Syadiyah Abdul Shukor
  • SYNOPSIS: Islam looks at the business activities and trading in positive ways. It is claimed by some Islamic scholars to be a pro-business religion. This could be observed in on the Prophet’s sayings PBUH where he stated: “Nine tenths of the livelihoods are in business.” Furthermore, Islam was revealed to the Prophet Muhammad PBUH, who was born in the noblest family of Quraysh tribe who were the well-known Arab traders of Mecca. Mecca was not only the center of pilgrimage during the pre-Islamic and post-revelation era, but it was also known as center of commerce and economic activities. Additionally, there were many successful businessmen amongst the Companions of the Prophet PBUH such as ‘Uthman, Abdurrahman Ibn ‘Awf and Zubayr Ibn al-‘Awwam and etc. The study of their approaches in businesses shall enlighten us with the recipes of success in business development based on the two basic principle of al-adl (justice) and al-ihsan (charity/improvement).
  2

 

  • PROGRAM: Cooperation and Adaption in Islamic Perspectives
  • DURATION:  1 Day
  • INSTRUCTOR / FACILITATOR: Dr. Syadiyah Abdul Shukor
  • SYNOPSIS: Allah (SWT) has addressed the believers as Ummah, which implies the necessity of cooperation (muwasaat) in Islam. Prophet Muhammad (pbuh) said: Faithful believers are to each other as the bricks of a wall, supporting and reinforcing each other. So saying, the Prophet Muhammad (pbuh) clasped his hands by interlocking his fingers. [Sahih al-Bukhari]. In Islam, Allah (SWT) gives us the gift of brotherhood and sisterhood and encourages us to do things in cooperation. It has great importance in religion due to the reason that it plays a vital role in the betterment of depressed classes and creates feeling of love amongst Muslims. It is also considered as an essential virtue of every Muslim and brings divine blessings in return. The early history of Islam that shows the spirit of cooperation is in the battle of Uhud. In the battle of Uhud, which was one of the most hard-fought battles of Islam, the Muslims set high examples of self-sacrifice and many of them were martyred, fighting bravely. On the other side, Islam permits for of adaption with certain norms in daily life if it does not go against the teachings of the Qur’an, Sunnah, Hadith etc. Therefore, Islam as a complete code of life has principles, guidelines and strategies for Ummah to ensure of cooperation and adaption in an organization. This training provides the importance of cooperation in an Islamic point of view as the essential ingredient in achieving ‘Al-falah’ Muslims’ goals for both the organization and community as a whole. 
  3
  • PROGRAM: Business Strategy and Strategic Planning From Islamic Perspective
  • DURATION:  2 Days
  • INSTRUCTOR / FACILITATOR: Dr. Syadiyah Abdul Shukor
  • SYNOPSIS: One of the hadiths by Prophet Muhammad narrated that “Allah loves, when one of you is doing something, that he (or she) does it in the most excellent manner”. This shows the importance of planning in every aspects of life especially in business organizations. In so doing, many business references were utilised and mostly adopted from the Western perspectives. Nevertheless, Islam, is a way of life, has a complete reference for business guidelines. This module provides new insights of business strategy and strategic planning from the Islamic perspectives.
  4
  • PROGRAM: Cooperation and Teamwork in Islamic Perspectives
  • DURATION: 2 Day
  • INSTRUCTOR / FACILITATOR:
  • SYNOPSIS: Allah (SWT) has addressed the believers as Ummah, which implies the necessity of cooperation and teamwork in Islam. Prophet Muhammad (pbuh) said: Faithful believers are to each other as the bricks of a wall, supporting and reinforcing each other. So saying, the Prophet Muhammad (pbuh) clasped his hands by interlocking his fingers. [Sahih al-Bukhari]. In Islam, Allah (SWT) gives us the gift of brotherhood and sisterhood and encourages us to do things in teamwork. Examples where Islam encourages team spirit are Juma prayers and Hajj Pilgrimage. In fact, if we fail to work effectively as a member of team, we fail to understand the true meaning of "Ummah (collectively united Community)" in Islam. Islam as a complete code of life has a principles, guidelines and strategies for Ummah to ensure of cooperation and teamwork in an organization. This training provides the importance of corporation and teamwork in an Islamic point of view as the essential ingredient in achieving ‘Al-falah’ Muslims’ goals for both the organization and community as a whole.
  5
  • PROGRAM: Islamic Foundation Courses
  • DURATION:  4 Day
  • INSTRUCTOR / FACILITATOR: Dr. Yasmin Hanani Mohd Safian/ Dr.Nurul Aini/ Associate Prof. Dr. Amir Shaharuddin,
  • SYNOPSIS:
  1. Fundamentals of Islamic Belief (Tauhid)
  2. Fundamentals of Islamic Law (Usul Fiq)
  3. Rules of Islamic Business Transaction (Fiqh Muamalat)
  4. Statements of Principles in Islamic Law (Qawaid Fiqhiyyah)
Fees
In-House at USIM: RM 750 per person/per day
Outstation: RM 850 per person/per day
International: USD 250
 
* Lecture hall and meals for participant are only included for classes at USIM Nilai Campus, organizer for the said organizations/institution must provide the above if conducted outside USIM Nilai Campus
* Other incurring costs to be negotiated.
     Graduate School of Muamalat (GSM)
     Faculty of Economics and Muamalat,
     Universiti Sains Islam Malaysia (USIM)
     71800 Bandar Baru Nilai, N.Sembilan, Malaysia
     Tel : +606-797 8662/8663   Fax : +606-798 6302/6308  
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