Professionalism Concept of Work Ethic in Islamic Perspective

Ghozali, Mohammad and Syamsuri, Syamsuri and Purwana, Agung Eko and Cahyanti, Luthfi Ditya (2019) Professionalism Concept of Work Ethic in Islamic Perspective. In: ICBLP 2019, 13-15 February 2019, Sidoarjo, Indonesia.

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A Human being is the most crucial asset for management. People need to be provided with Islamic personality that will guide and help people to act and to behave as a Muslim who professional in work, furthermore, every member of the organization must have high knowledge with sufficient skills to carry out their duties and responsibilities. Professionalism is the level of competence, accountability, and responsibility that should be supported by such a professional, also associated with loyalty and commitment and positive behaviour leading to the achievement of organizational goals and, it is an obligation and the purpose of service. This study aims to illustrate that Islamic teachings provide the perfect conceptual foundation of the underlying problem of actively working activism, Faith as a Professional Policy, which further calls for an expression of activism that requires a proportionate contribution to achieving Higher Degree. The methodology of this study is used in this discussion based on the qualitative study pattern. This study conclude that the characteristics of the soul that must be possessed by someone in carrying out the burden of responsibility and elements of the element that must be met as a professional in Islam, ability, Himmah al-Amal (spirit of work), 'Awfu bi al 'Uqud (Holding the Covenant) and Ansarullah. This characteristic is necessary to build a knowledge management system in a work ethic.

Item Type: Conference or Workshop Item (Paper)
Uncontrolled Keywords: professionalism work islam knowledge management
Subjects: H Social Sciences > H Social Sciences (General)
Depositing User: EAI Editor IV
Date Deposited: 30 Jul 2021 06:51
Last Modified: 30 Jul 2021 06:51

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