Literatur tentang Atribut Pemimpin Islam dan Hubungannya dengan Prestasi Organisasi

The study of Islamic leader’s attributes and the implications towards shariah compliant investment organization performance

Authors

  • Marlisa Abdul Rahim Fakulti Hospitaliti, Pelancongan dan Kesejahteraan, Universiti Malaysia Kelantan
  • Wan Mohd Nazdrol Wan Mohd Nasir Fakulti Hospitaliti, Pelancongan dan Kesejahteraan, Universiti Malaysia Kelantan
  • Nor Maizana Mat Nawi Fakulti Hospitaliti, Pelancongan dan Kesejahteraan, Universiti Malaysia Kelantan
  • Nurzehan Abu Bakar Fakulti Hospitaliti, Pelancongan dan Kesejahteraan, Universiti Malaysia Kelantan
  • Abdullah Muhamed Yusoff Fakulti Hospitaliti, Pelancongan dan Kesejahteraan, Universiti Malaysia Kelantan
  • Saiyida Nafisa Rosdi Fakulti Hospitaliti, Pelancongan dan Kesejahteraan, Universiti Malaysia Kelantan

Keywords:

Atribut, pemimpin Islam, prestasi organisasi, patuh shariah

Abstract

Dana Islam adalah penting dalam semua aspek perniagaan berlandaskan shariah termasuk semua industri berkaitan Islam. Pada masa kini, salah satu pilihan pelabur yang paling umum adalah pelaburan yang mematuhi peraturan shariah. Hal ini bukan sahaja memenuhi keperluan umat Islam, tetapi juga kepada pelabur-pelabur lain yang mencari pelaburan yang lebih bertanggungjawab dalam portfolio mereka. Artikel ini adalah kajian konsep bertujuan untuk mengenal pasti atribut pemimpin Islam dan untuk membincangkan implikasi atribut pemimpin Islam terhadap prestasi organisasi dalam organisasi pelaburan berlandaskan shariah di Malaysia. Artikel ini menggunakan sumber sekunder sebagai kaedah untuk mendapatkan maklumat tentang persoalan yang dikaji. Kaedah kepustakaan dan rujukan atas talian internet digunakan untuk mendapatkan data sekunder yang terkini serta berkaitan. Berdasarkan analisis daripada kajian-kajian lepas, atribut pemimpin Islam dilihat sebagai perkara yang penting bagi memacu dan memajukan prestasi sesebuah organisasi. Terdapat empat atribut utama kepemimpinan ditakrifkan dalam Al-Qur’an yang terdiri daripada soleh, beretika, berperikemanusiaan dan keseimbangan. Atribut pemimpin Islam adalah merupakan di antara elemen utama dalam sesebuah organisasi pelaburan berlandaskan shariah. Hal ini penting supaya pemimpin tersebut mampu menguruskan dana serta organisasi dengan baik dan berwibawa.

ABSTRACT

 Islamic funds are essential in all aspects of shariah-compliant business including all Islamic-related industries. Currently, one of the most common investor options is investment that complies with shariah. This is not only meets the Muslim requirements, but also to other investors that seeking responsible investments in their portfolios. This article is a conceptual study aims to identify the attributes of Islamic leaders and to study the implications of the Islamic leaders’ attributes towards shariah compliant investment organization performance. This article discusses on secondary sources as an input of obtaining information. Library search and internet search are used to get the latest and recent data. From previous study, Islamic leaders’ attributes are seen as leaders’ indicators and enhance the performance of organization. There are four main attributes of leadership defined in the Qur'an that consist of righteous, ethical, humane and equilibrium. The attributes of Islamic leaders are among the key elements in a shariah investment organization. It is important to the leader to manage the organization and fund competently.

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Published

2018-12-24

How to Cite

Abdul Rahim, M. ., Wan Mohd Nasir, W. M. N. ., Mat Nawi, N. M. ., Abu Bakar, N. ., Muhamed Yusoff, A. ., & Rosdi, S. N. . (2018). Literatur tentang Atribut Pemimpin Islam dan Hubungannya dengan Prestasi Organisasi: The study of Islamic leader’s attributes and the implications towards shariah compliant investment organization performance. The Sultan Alauddin Sulaiman Shah Journal (JSASS), 5(2), 171-182. Retrieved from https://jsass.kuis.edu.my/index.php/jsass/article/view/60