About the Journal
Aim and Scope of the Journal
The IIUM Journal of Case Studies in Management is an internationally refereed journal published twice yearly (January & August) by the Kulliyyah of Economics and Management Sciences, International Islamic University Malaysia.
The journal promotes case studies in the field of management. However, the editorial committee may receive a case study that is superficially related to “management” (MG), whereas its contents are directly related to another discipline. For example, a case study on “Financial Management” (FM). It is more linked to finance than management because the case contains a core issue on finance or financial management, not management. The word “management” in FM does not change the FM discipline to MG. FM is not MG, and vice versa but the two disciplines can be inter-related. To make the FM case fit the journal, the case author must reshape it towards “management” although the core issue of finance or FM remains.
The same explanation can be offered, for instance to “Marketing” or “Marketing Management” (MM). The word “management” in MM does not change the discipline of MM to MG. To make the MM case fit the journal, the case author must reshape it towards “management” although the core issue of marketing or MM remains.
Case studies provide certain educational objectives. While academic papers are more inclined towards enhancing knowledge and understanding in the areas, case studies inculcate applied-based learning and the acquisition of (problem-solving and decision-making) skills. In management, textbooks normally publish decision-making or problem-solving case studies.
The cases can be used by instructors, trainers, coaches, and students in certificates, diploma, bachelor, master’s in business administration, business management, or similar programmes. They may also be used for training and executive development.
Authors are highly encouraged to submit cases that deal with management issues in the Asia-Pacific region.
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Amidst the diverse collection of case studies presented in this issue, there exists a common thread that reflects the Tawhidic paradigm, Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) agenda, and contemporary issues in management studies. The cases exemplify the profound importance of ethical conduct, transparency, and accountability in business operations, aligning with the principles of the Tawhidic paradigm that emphasize unity, integrity, and responsibility. Moreover, the focus on sustainable practices, resilience, and long-term growth in these narratives resonates with the SDGs agenda, which seeks to create a more equitable and sustainable world for all. The case studies also shed light on contemporary issues in management studies, such as the need for effective corporate governance, the integration of technology for business advancement, and the ethical considerations in marketing strategies. Collectively, these cases emphasize the significance of combining ethical values with innovative approaches to achieve enduring success and make positive contributions to society and the environment.