Effective management education with an emphasis divine and Islamic teachings value and increase the efficiency of individual organizations

Hassan RAHMANPOUR, Ali Mohammad AHANPOUR
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Abstract. Overall management of the most difficult and yet the most delicate human tasks for the feature. Perhaps the lack of these characteristics, a source of stagnation and uncertainty management in the territory. Desperate people, management easy management consider and think just having a degree is enough for the job positions If the management of experts, the truth is otherwise and should for Islamic education experts and skilled people in management and management of practices used To individual and organizational productivity and efficiency of the organization and control. The purpose of this paper is to describe the characteristics and understanding of management as a model is correct. Type of research, methods of theoretical analysis is fundamental library Islamic management features such as accepting the apology, having a positive attitude, experience, judgment is looking to create a fit between a person with his job, following the manager, according to human growth and development, consultations, serve the people, avoid arrogance, justice, mutual trust and respect, according to experience, the management, foresight, motivation, optimism and more. Natural and human genetic basis, the Resurrection, the tried and tested, according to the Holy Quran and messages Nahjolbalaghe in management, supervision and evaluation of the effectiveness of management. Therefore, administrators can manage their group activities and organization.


Keywords


Islamic administration, education, divine values, the teachings of Islam

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