Randeree, Kasim and El Faramawy, Awsam Taha (2011) Islamic perspectives on conflict management within project managed environments. International Journal of Project Management, 29 (1). pp. 26-32.
The purpose of this paper is to examine Islamic perspectives on conflict management within project managed environments. Existing research does not reveal any study that examines empirically the Islamic viewpoint on conflict management in contemporary organisational contexts but does indicate that conflict in Islam is considered to be inevitable and a part of human nature, and, if managed properly, is positive and constructive. This paper aims to address this gap, by presenting an empirical analysis of Islamic models of conflict management. It is argued that the three Islamic models discussed, are partially and covertly in existence in environments not traditional to their own. Consequently, the paper finds that there is scope for investigating explicit applied aspects to these Islamic models. The paper concludes that existence of Islamic models for conflict management is visible and has potential for application by project managers without limitation.
|Keywords:||Islam; Conflict; Project; Conflict management; Conflict resolution|
|Date Deposited:||11 Feb 2011 15:27|
|Last Modified:||14 Aug 2015 13:04|
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