IAIS Malaysia

Management & Planning

Management & Planning

1. Target Scholars and Researchers

  • Qualifications, expertise and competence
  • Local and International
  • Experts from government agencies, Quongos and NGOs
  • Institutional needs and priorities

2. Target Audience and Recipients

  • Individuals
  • Groups, government organisations and universities
  • Quangos and NGO’s
  • Local, regional, international
  • Educators, intellectuals, religious leaders, politicians
  • Muslims and Non-Muslims

3. Target Languages

  • English
  • Bahasa Malaysia
  • Arabic

4. Target Budgeting

  • Government grants
  • Fund raising
  • Endowment investment and charities
  • Donations and grants from the corporate sector and international organisation
  • Individual sponsors

5. Target Promotion

  • Publications
  • Marketing of research products
  • Media
  • Internet
  • Networking
  • Conferences, seminars, and workshops

6. Target Implementation

  • Time frames
  • Research output and application
  • Research impact
  • Institutional achievements
  • Measuring success and shortfall on targets

7. Target Evaluation and Continual Improvements

  • Performance assessment
  • Feedback and continual improvement strategies
  • Biannual self-assessment workshops
  • Follow up measures on staff performance

Hikmah

The weightiest deeds are three: financial assistance to one's fellows; deflecting your own injustice away from people; and remembrance of God in every circumstance. (hadith)

Quotable Quotes

"Islam will be destroyed by the mistakes of scholars, the arguments of the hypocrites who misinterpret the Qur'an to support their views and misleading rulers." (Umar Ibn al-Khattab)

Humour Without Malice

A bedouin joined the Imam for Fajar Salah. He had an appointment after the prayer but the Imam decided to recite Surah Baqarah (The Cow). As a result of the length of this Surah, the bedouin was delayed and missed his appointment. The next day he arrived early and joined the Imam again, who this time began to recite Surah Feel (The Elephant). As soon as the bedouin heard the word Feel (Elephant), completely angry, the bedouin broke his Salah and left the mosque immediately, shouting "Yesterday you read The Cow and took almost an hour to finish; today you are reciting The Elephant, you will probably finish at midnight."

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