Kindness to Parents: A Driver for Excellence?

Kindness to Parents: A Driver for Excellence?

Fatima Hamdulay Abstract How do we engender excellence? Malcolm Gladwell popularised the notion of a “Tipping Point” – little things that make a big difference and move to a point where the social phenomenon gains traction that is virus-like – it becomes deeply...
State Actor Dynamics in Brunei’s Healthcare Policies

State Actor Dynamics in Brunei’s Healthcare Policies

Syazana Fauzi Abstract This study seeks to ascertain the state actor dynamics in Brunei’s healthcare policies from the perspectives of an Islamic system of governance, by first identifying the state actors, or institutions, involved in influencing, formulating and...
Muslim State in a World of Nation-State

Muslim State in a World of Nation-State

Nassef Manabilang Aibong Abstract Muslim views on the polity represent the paradigmatic understandings of how Muslims relate citizenry, authority, territoriality, and sovereignty to the overarching influence of the Western nation-state system. For instance, the...
‘Darkness to Light’ in Islamic Corporate Governance

‘Darkness to Light’ in Islamic Corporate Governance

Iznan Tarip Abstract There are emerging works on the dark side of organisation, looking at the dark out-side (e.g. political instability, multi-national corrupt syndicates), and in-side (e.g. workplace violence, nepotism). The ‘darkness’ not only involves generalised...
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...