Management in Quran

Document Type: Takhasosi

Authors

1 Ma Islamic studies/ Al-Mustafa Open University

2 PhD Candidate/ Isalmic Azad university of Ahar

Abstract

This paper intends to give acquaintance of the Holy ‎Quran perspectives on it rules. Customs plus societies are the ‎points of focus in the paper with the aim of discovering their ‎ideology of management. ‎
According to Muslims, natural belief, happiness and sorrow ‎are to be the most important feelings in individuals and they ‎must be experienced; hence, they need to be moderately ‎managed. The Holy Quran provides various methods for ‎managing human feelings. Muslims universally have a belief ‎that the Quran is their ultimate source of knowledge. ‎
Muslims learn from the epistemology of the Quran how ‎awareness is analyzed and managed. According to Islamic ‎management, Islam not only covers the private life of ‎individuals but also guides daily human activities (Fábos & ‎Isotalo, 2014).‎

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