Wise Agents & Organisational Moral Learning

Wise Agents & Organisational Moral Learning

Iznan Tarip Abstract The processes of strategic change, undertaken from time to time by organisations so as to maintain its functional relevance and effectiveness, are often conflict-ridden. This is in large part due to the nature of the human agency. Humans bring not...
Wise Agents & Organisational Moral Learning

Qur’ānic Ethical Parameters in Juristic Differences

Widad Abdul AzizCurrently unavailable, coming soon. Abstract Unity among Muslims is prescribed in Islam, which requires an ummatic concordance among a people already united in the belief in one God, one Book, one Prophet, one religion, and one qiblah. Yet,...
Wise Agents & Organisational Moral Learning

Shura: From Principle to Practice

Mahani Hamdan, Pg Khairul Rijal Pg Haji Abdul Rahim, Hajah Asiyah az-Zahra Haji Ahmad Kumpoh Currently unavailable, coming soon. Abstract Organisational tensions are often inevitable, sometimes complex, and certainly challenging. The emergence of different ideas,...
Wise Agents & Organisational Moral Learning

Multi-level Governance in Muslim Contexts

Adrian KayCurrently unavailable, coming soon. Abstract Different architectures of multi-level governance (MLG) have developed globally in the last twenty-five years. These diverge in important respects from standard hierarchical or command and control models of the...