ISLAMIC LEADERSHIP AT THE INTERNATIONAL ISLAMIC UNIVERSITY MALAYSIA
AbstractThis paper is anempirical study related to Islamic leadership. The literature review of thispaper focuses on transactional leadership, transformational leadership and servant leadership. The literature suggests that Islamic leadershipmostcloselyresembles servantleadership. A questionnaire was thenusedtoassess howadministrators at the International Islamic UniversityMalaysia (IIUM)view the leadership approaches of their direct superiors and which leadershipapproach they prefer. The results of the survey clearly indicate that they prefer servant leadershipfollowedby transformationalleadership. Respondents dislike transactional leadership. The implicationsofthe studies are discussed and the possibility of generalization isdiscussed.
JEL Classification:M10, M14, Z12
Key words: Islamic leadership, University, Malaysia
How to Cite
Ahmad, K., & Fontaine, R. (1). ISLAMIC LEADERSHIP AT THE INTERNATIONAL ISLAMIC UNIVERSITY MALAYSIA. International Journal of Economics, Management and Accounting, 19(2). Retrieved from https://journals.iium.edu.my/enmjournal/index.php/enmj/article/view/179