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Designing a Performance Evaluation Model for Managers (With Focus on Letters and Sermons by Nahj al-Balagha)
Yahya Mayar , Hossein Ali Ramazani
Faculty Member of Department of Social Sciences Imam Hussein University, Iran, Tehran.
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Abstract
Management science has evolved in the course of history and continues to evolve in the direction of optimally managing the components of a system and achieving a defined goal that has different fundamentals, approaches, rules, models, and processes. Different schools with specific directions define and locate the fundamental concepts of this science and one of the claimants among these schools is the humanistic school of Islam. In Islamic literature, there are enormous epistemic resources available for understanding management strategies and processes, and Muslim scholars must present these strategies in a logical way. Emphasizing on human resource management of organizations with an educational approach is one of the principles governing Islamic management. Human forces at different levels and layers interact and react in a logical arrangement between the components of the organization. At the highest levels of the organization, there are managers who play the role of mobilizing system components to meet their goals, who must be selected, nurtured, appointed, and evaluated on the basis of competence. Among Islamic sources, Nahj al-Balagha can be used as a high-capacity epistemic source for drawing on and evaluating managers' competencies. In the meantime, the letters and sermons of Prophet Ali may be addressed to the commanders, managers, and agents of the best charter of the manager's evaluation. In this context, it is attempted to elaborate, draw and design a model for evaluating the competence of the managers of organizations, referring to these letters and sermons and utilizing the foundation's strategy.
Abstract
Management science has evolved in the course of history and continues to evolve in the direction of optimally managing the components of a system and achieving a defined goal that has different fundamentals, approaches, rules, models, and processes. Different schools with specific directions define and locate the fundamental concepts of this science and one of the claimants among these schools is the humanistic school of Islam. In Islamic literature, there are enormous epistemic resources available for understanding management strategies and processes, and Muslim scholars must present these strategies in a logical way. Emphasizing on human resource management of organizations with an educational approach is one of the principles governing Islamic management. Human forces at different levels and layers interact and react in a logical arrangement between the components of the organization. At the highest levels of the organization, there are managers who play the role of mobilizing system components to meet their goals, who must be selected, nurtured, appointed, and evaluated on the basis of competence. Among Islamic sources, Nahj al-Balagha can be used as a high-capacity epistemic source for drawing on and evaluating managers' competencies. In the meantime, the letters and sermons of Prophet Ali may be addressed to the commanders, managers, and agents of the best charter of the manager's evaluation. In this context, it is attempted to elaborate, draw and design a model for evaluating the competence of the managers of organizations, referring to these letters and sermons and utilizing the foundation's strategy.
Keywords: Keywords: Model, Performance, Performance Evaluation, Competency.
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Type of Study: Research | Subject: General
Received: 2020/02/10 | Accepted: 2020/02/10 | Published: 2020/02/10
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Mayar Y, Ramazani H A. Designing a Performance Evaluation Model for Managers (With Focus on Letters and Sermons by Nahj al-Balagha). 3. 2018; 2 (2) :37-72
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