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Title: دور التخطيط الاستراتيجي في المنظمات الإسلامية بالتطبيق على أسلوب منظمة الدعوة الإسلامية في نشر الدعوة
Authors: حسام الدين محمد الأنصاري درار
Keywords: التخطيط الاستراتيجي
Issue Date: 2019
Publisher: جامعة إفريقيا العالمية
Citation: جامعة أمدرمان الإسلامية - معهد البحوث والدراسات الإستراتيجية
Abstract: This study aims to examine importance of strategic planning and its role in Islamic organizations, through examining and analyzing the problem of strategic planning shortcoming in many contemporary organizations. Strategic planning ensures organizations continuation for a long time without collapsed, and helps utilization of available resources to maximum extend. This case study is restricted to Islamic Call (Daawa) Organization in 2010- 2015 as it represents a model which findings could be generalized to other organizations. The study stated following hypothesis: Clear identification of organization messages can affect strategies positively. Strategic planning is a mental process that requires huge intellectual, analytical capabilities and ethics that reveal future prospects .Adoption of strategic planning in Islamic organizations leads to achievement of designated goals. The findings ensured the above mentioned hypothesis. The study adopted descriptive, analytical and case study methods and finally concluded to findings such as: Strategic planning develops organization and reflects its strength. Based on findings, study recommends: Islamic Call (Daawa) Organization should give due attention to strategic planning to maintain its distinctive position. It is important to use modern scientific method in strategic planning process, as it would lead to highest efficient exploitation of available resource. Propagation for culture of participation, belonging, team working such as culture and feelings help stating proper planning.
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