Recognition and Extraction of Islamic Management Indexes through the Use of Meta-Synthesis Method

Document Type: Scholary

Authors

1 Associate Professor, Management Department, Research Institute of Hawzah and University, Qom, Iran

2 Professor of Public Management, Public Management Department, Management Faculty, University of Tehran, Tehran, Iran

3 MA Holder of Public Management, Management Faculty, University of Tehran, Tehran, Iran

Abstract

One of the precious achievements of the Islamic Revolution of Iran was the establishment of the revolutionary foundation of Jihad of Construction following which Jihadi management burgeoned. Many lectures and studies have been done in the arena of Jihadi management, each of which mentioning some factors related to the features and indexes of Jihadi management. This has caused inconsistencies and, as a result, the lack of cohesion and unity in the features and indexes of Jihadi management. This study recognizes and gathers the indexes of Jihadi management through the use of Meta-synthesis method as well as thematic analysis method. The explored sources in the study are the set of Imam Khumeinī’s speeches (his book Ṣaḥīfah), the speeches of Supreme Leader, all the presented articles in the conferences in 2009, 2011, 2012, 2013 and 2014, and all the presented scientific-research articles in the arena of Jihadi management. The results showed that monotheism and Theocentrism, religion-centrism, public participation (the mobilization of human resources), giving service, science-centrism, commitment to the Islamic Republic of Iran, altruism and devotion, the prioritization of public interest, the reception of creativity, personality traits, flexibility, and the independence from the worldly materials are the indexes that form the Jihadi management.

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