Index

Seyed Mohammad Moghimi (University of Tehran, Iran)

Organizational Behavior Management

ISBN: 978-1-78769-678-5, eISBN: 978-1-78769-677-8

Publication date: 10 December 2018

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Moghimi, S.M. (2018), "Index", Organizational Behavior Management, Emerald Publishing Limited, Bingley, pp. 245-252. https://doi.org/10.1108/978-1-78769-677-820181011

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INDEX

“A’amil
, 160

Actions
, 3, 4

Adequacy
, 64

Advice-based leadership style

Al-Sahifa Al-Sajjadiyya
, 167, 168

applications of
, 165

and benevolence
, 165

communications
, 166

Agent
, 160

Agent intention
, 42

Ahzab case study

attributes of followers
, 211–212

attributes of leader
, 212

compassionate management style
, 212–213

environmental requirements
, 211

Akhirah-based organization
, 5

Al-Biruni’s utopia model
, 56

Altruism behavior
, 9

Anticitizenship behavior
, 11

Asabiyya
, 138

Ashuraic organizational culture

event-related elements of
, 227–232

post-event elements of
, 232–234

pre-event elements of
, 226–227

unitarianism organizations
, 226

Authorization roles, servant leadership style

advertiser
, 202

fatwa issuer
, 202

Islam centered
, 202–203

Islam recognizer
, 202

jurisprudent
, 201

justice orientation
, 203

religious affairs
, 202

value protector
, 203

Autocracy
, 138

Basij institution
, 175, 176

Beasts
, 29

Behavioral dispositions
, 29–30

Blaming demeanor
, 23

Carnal demeanor
, 23

Chastity, speaking
, 103–104

Citizenship roles, servant leadership style
, 200–201

Civic needs
, 49–51

Coaching roles, servant leadership style

belief maker
, 200

breeder
, 200

educator
, 200

identity maker
, 200

reformer
, 200

regulator
, 200

Collective organizational culture
, 224–225

Commander roles, servant leadership style

convincing role
, 196

delegating role
, 195–196

participative role
, 196

telling role
, 196–197

Common language
, 101

Compassionate management style
, 205–206

Communication

channels
, 107

colleagues
, 108–109

downward/bottom-handed communication
, 108

listening skill
, 105–106

nature
, 91–95

skills
, 95–96

speaking skills (See Speaking skills)

upward/top-handed communication
, 107–108

visual skill
, 104–105

writing skill
, 106–107

Conflict management

approaches
, 112

collapse of the organization
, 113

combat and war strategy
, 124–125

common goal strategy
, 133

cooperation strategy
, 128

divine law
, 112

enemy strategy
, 133–134

ethnic and tribal differences
, 112–113

familiarity of hearts strategy
, 121–122

familiarity strategy
, 122–123

Imam Khomeini
, 132

Khaje Nasirodin Toosi
, 129–132

negotiation strategy
, 123–124

Quranic case studies
, 125–128

Quran perspectives
, 120

reasoning strategy
, 128

retaliation to ensure rights
, 113–116

serious confrontation with enemies
, 113

strategies
, 119–120

strategy of fighting
, 129

third-party strategy
, 120–121

tradition
, 112

typology
, 116–119

unity of word strategy
, 134

withdrawal/leaving conflict
, 124

withdrawal strategy
, 128–129

Conscience
, 26

Constitution
, 21, 25

Contentment behaviors
, 9

Cooperative-based leadership style

Ash-Shura surah
, 174

Basij institution
, 175, 176

blessing and purifying
, 178

council principle
, 176–177

divine responsibility
, 177

empathy and wisdom
, 178

good listener
, 177

participation based on ability
, 178

principle of benefit
, 178–179

Tasaalom
, 174

Covenant of organizations
, 84–85

Culture of appreciation
, 64–65

Denial of imitation
, 33

Destructive organizational behaviors
, 6–7

Distributive justice
, 235

Divine covenant
, 82

Divine glory
, 55

Divine leaders
, 155–156

Divine needs
, 54–56

Divine tradition
, 162

The Divinity
, 34, 64, 139, 155, 161, 162, 170

devotion
, 3

followers
, 240–241

piety
, 32

satisfaction
, 5

Divinity-centered behavior
, 8

Downward/bottom-handed communication
, 108

Eid ul-Fitr prayer
, 174

Eid-ul-Qurban prayer
, 174

Emirate
, 160

Encourage acquirement
, 33

Enjoyment system
, 28

Ethical–Mystical roles, servant leadership style

forbearer
, 204

forgiver
, 204

prayer
, 204

preacher
, 204

purifier
, 204

recommender
, 204

right centered
, 203–204

thankful
, 204–205

trusting
, 204

Event-related elements, Ashura-driven organizational culture

Ashoura-driven insight
, 227–228

Ashura’s style of leadership
, 230–231

faithful following
, 231–232

inclusive participation
, 228

maintaining divine rituals
, 228

purposeful recruitment and refinement
, 230

sacrificial leadership
, 229–230

seeking justice
, 231

spiritual motives over material ones
, 232

virtuous behaviors
, 228

Excellent behaviors
, 9

Fallacious behaviors
, 12

Filtration speech
, 103

Financial jihad
, 169

Followers’ roles, servant leadership style
, 197

Freemen
, 29

Frugality
, 240

Gentlemanly behaviors
, 9

God’s mercy
, 182

Greater jihad
, 172

Hadith (Islamic traditions)
, 163–164

Hajj
, 159

Hereafter-oriented organizations
, 8, 44

commitment
, 81–83

confidence building
, 76–81

The Divinity
, 83–84

leader–follower relations
, 137–158

management commitment
, 85–87

organization commitment
, 84–85

Hierarchy of needs
, 56–65

insatiability
, 63–65

material needs
, 57–62

motivating individuals
, 57

spiritual needs
, 57–62

Holy Quran
, 33, 35, 139

competency
, 162

divine tradition
, 162

freedom and free
, 163

precedence of Imamate to prophecy
, 162

Human divine existence
, 44

Human identity
, 20, 43–44

Human imaginal existence
, 43

Human intellectual existence
, 43

Human material existence
, 43

Human perception

classification
, 31

definition
, 31

denial of imitation
, 33

encourage acquirement
, 33

human spirit
, 32

indolent reprimand
, 33

introspection
, 31

levels
, 35–38

perfectionism
, 32

sensational perception
, 37–38

stages
, 38–39

Human resources mobilization
, 172

Human spirit
, 32

Human virtues
, 234

Hypocrites group behaviors
, 10–12

Ijtihad power
, 141

Imagination power
, 36

Imam Khomeini

authorization roles of
, 201

coaching roles of
, 199

commander roles of
, 196

ethical–mystical roles of
, 203

managerial roles of
, 192

political roles of
, 198

and roles of
, 191

Indifferent group behaviors
, 9–10

Individual differences
, 19–30

Individual organizational culture
, 224–225

Indolent reprimand
, 33

Inefficient followers

apostates
, 13–14

characteristics
, 12–15

distorteds
, 13

impostors
, 13

organizational distorteds
, 14

organizational impostors
, 14

organizational rebels
, 15

organizational sophists
, 15

rebels
, 13

sophists
, 14

Infallible Imams
, 137

Inspired demeanor
, 23

Intellect
, 26

Intellectual knowledge
, 36

Intellectual needs
, 51–54

Intellectual policy
, 138

Intellectual wisdom
, 36

Intentions
, 4, 41–44

Interactive justice
, 235

Introspection
, 31

Islamic ethics

individualism approach
, 235

justice (See Justice approach)

law-ethics approach
, 235

utilitarianism
, 235

Islamic ideology
, 26

Islamic management

communication (See Communication)

conflict management (See Conflict management)

ethics
, 234–240

human perception (See Human perception)

leader–follower relations (See Leader-follower relations)

leadership styles
, 159–220

management styles
, 164–206

organizational behavior
, 1–15

organizational culture
, 221–234

personality (See Personality)

Islamic theocracy
, 161

Jihadi management style

characteristics
, 170

features of
, 171–173

financial jihad
, 169

importance of
, 170

issues
, 169–170

scientific jihad
, 169

technical jihad
, 169

Justice
, 161

Justice approach

components of
, 239–240

distributive justice
, 235

interactive justice
, 235

negative moral features
, 237

procedural justice
, 235

Justice-based leadership style

advantages of
, 188

manifestations of
, 186–187

manners
, 187–188

Kindly leadership style

kindliness
, 180–181

tolerance
, 179–180

Leader–follower relations

Akhbaris
, 140

Asabiyya
, 138

autocracy
, 138

avoiding blaming
, 153

avoiding deception
, 147

benevolence, Ummah
, 146

compassion and tolerance
, 147

consultation with citizens
, 147

consultation with people
, 149–150

disadvantaged people
, 147

The Divinity
, 139

education of people
, 149

enthusiastic submission
, 142–143

expecting obedience
, 147

forgiving
, 146

infallible Imams
, 137

insistence and exaggeration
, 153

intellectual policy
, 138

justice among people
, 148

leader’s secrecy
, 153

loving leader
, 152

mutual rights
, 143

natural politics
, 138

obedience
, 152

observance of politeness
, 153

people obey
, 146

preserving religion and social values
, 146

promulgation
, 152

protest of citizens
, 147

rebellion
, 142

religious government
, 141–142

rightful rulers
, 152

roles and duties of
, 144–146

sacrifice
, 152

Shari’a politics
, 138

sincere praise
, 152

social security
, 147

teaching religion
, 146

tolerance
, 153

traditional fundamentalists
, 141

typology of
, 153–158

well-being and livelihood
, 148–149

Leadership styles

advice-based leadership style
, 164–165

compassionate management style
, 205–206

cooperative-based leadership style
, 173–179

jihadi management style
, 169–173

justice-based leadership style
, 186–189

kindly leadership style
, 179–182

patiently leading leadership style
, 182–184

servant leadership style
, 189–205

transactional leadership style
, 184–186

Listening skill
, 105–106

Management covenant
, 85

Managerial roles, servant leadership style

accountable
, 194

antideprivation
, 194

apologizer
, 193

appraiser
, 193

assigner
, 193, 195

awakening
, 193

clarifier
, 194

comprehension
, 192

cooperator
, 195

critics taker
, 192

encourager
, 194

entrepreneur
, 192–193

guider
, 192

inspector
, 193

integrator
, 195

law enforcer
, 194

law oriented
, 194

practical
, 194

protector
, 192

protocol
, 195

punisher
, 194–195

servant
, 193

spokesman
, 191

Managerial system
, 29

Manifestation
, 4

Material needs, lack of fascination
, 62–63

Medium talent
, 155

Meritocracy
, 172

Moderation behaviors
, 9

Moral evil
, 234

Morality
, 234

Motivation

civic needs
, 49–51

divine needs
, 54–56

Divinity
, 42

hierarchy of needs
, 56–65

human identity
, 43–44

human needs, work
, 44–45

intellectual needs
, 51–54

intention
, 41–44

naturalistic needs
, 45–49

Naturalistic needs
, 45–49

Natural politics
, 138

Navabet
, 13–14, 30

Necessity
, 64

Neutral organizational behaviors
, 6–7

Noncitizenship
, 11

Nonverbal behavior
, 98

Obedience
, 224, 234

Occult – spiritual knowledge
, 36

Openness of the chest
, 183

Organizations

beast-like behaviors
, 30

commitment
, 84–85

communication (See Communication)

covenant
, 84–85

distorteds
, 14

freeman-like behaviors
, 29

impostors
, 14

Navabet
, 30

rebels
, 15

servant-like behaviors
, 29

sophists
, 15

Organizational behavior

destructive organizational behaviors
, 6–7

framework
, 3–6

hypocrites group behaviors
, 10–12

indifferent group behaviors
, 9–10

men behaviors characteristics
, 12–15

nature, behavior
, 1–3

neutral organizational behaviors
, 6–7

Organizational culture

Ashuraic organizational culture
, 225–234

common law
, 222

customs
, 223

individual and collective
, 224–225

Islamic ethics
, 234–240

traditions
, 223

values
, 222

Organizational justice
, 235

Patiently leading leadership style
, 182–184

PBUH
, 84

Perfectionism
, 32

Personality

behavioral dispositions
, 29–30

constitution
, 21, 25

definition
, 19–22

dimensions
, 19–22

elements
, 22–24

factors
, 24

functions
, 25–28

human identity
, 20

mankind
, 20

primordial nature
, 22

psychological systems
, 28–29

Quran
, 21

Political roles, servant leadership style

combatant
, 198

democrat
, 197

disclosure
, 199

independent
, 198

liberal
, 198–199

political analyst
, 199

politician
, 197

Poor talent
, 154

Positive organizational behaviors
, 9

Postevent elements, Ashura-driven organizational culture

dynamics and vitality
, 233

message of
, 232–233

modeling
, 233–234

Pre-event elements, Ashura-driven organizational culture
, 226–227

Primordial nature
, 22

Procedural justice
, 235

Prophet Muhammad (PBUH)
, 28

Prosocial behaviors
, 9

Psychological systems
, 28–29

enjoyment system
, 28

managerial system
, 29

usurpative system
, 28–29

Quran
, 57, 69–70, 78, 103, 176, 205

Religious imitation
, 224, 234

Religious worker
, 160

Sacrificial leadership
, 229–230

Satisfaction of needs
, 65

Scientific jihad
, 169

Sensational knowledge
, 36

Sensational perception
, 37–38

Sensation power
, 36

Sensory organs
, 36–37

Sensory perception
, 37

Servant leadership style

authorization roles
, 201–203

citizenship roles
, 200–201

coaching roles
, 199–200

commander roles
, 195–197

ethical–mystical roles
, 203–205

followers’ roles
, 197

managerial roles
, 191–195

political roles
, 197–199

Servants
, 29

Sharia (Islamic law)
, 174

Shari’a politics
, 138

Sovereignty
, 140

Speaking skills

chastity
, 103–104

common language
, 101

communication
, 98

eloquently moderation
, 102–103

filtration speech
, 103

information analysis
, 98

justice
, 99

nonverbal behavior
, 98

silence
, 99

speak and action
, 99–100

speaking honestly
, 100–101

speech moderation
, 101–102

verbal behaviors
, 98

Spirit
, 23

Spiritual wisdom
, 36

Stress management
, 69–73

avoid backbite and finding faults
, 70

The Divinity, memorizing
, 69

hardships
, 71

humble heart reinforcement
, 72–73

internal locus of control
, 72

property and possessions
, 71

pure soul
, 69–70

self-esteem reinforcing
, 71

Strong talent
, 155

Tabuk case study

attributed of followers
, 215

attributes of the Prophet (PBUH), 215–216

compassionate management style
, 216–220

environmental requirements
, 213–214

Tasaalom
, 174

Technical jihad
, 169

Tranquil demeanor
, 23

Transactional leadership style
, 184–186

Transferred (canonical) knowledge
, 36

Uhud case study

attributes of followers
, 207–208

attributes of leader
, 208

compassionate management style
, 209–210

environmental requirements
, 206–207

Ummah
, 142

benevolence for
, 146

Upward/top-handed communication
, 107–108

Usurpative system
, 28–29

Utilitarianism
, 235

Vali
, 159

Verbal behaviors
, 98

Violation
, 225

Visual skills
, 104–105

Wilayat
, 140, 159

Wisdom
, 26, 36, 161

Work-related attitudes

freewill acts
, 68

hereafter-oriented organizations (See Hereafter-oriented organizations)

knowledge
, 68

mental health
, 69–73

organizational justice
, 73–76

principles
, 68

stress management
, 69–73

wisdom
, 68

Writing skills
, 106–107