This is an innovative book that examines management techniques from a unique perspective. While there are many management books available and some of the principles might sound obvious such as being just or controlling anger, it is surprising to see how easy it is to neglect some of the simple things in our lives.
This book is unique as it is a management book that not only explains management techniques based on Islamic principles, such as the teachings of the prophet (PBUH), but also gives real life examples of businesses and organisations that have failed to follow such principles, thus making the book relevant to both Muslims and non Muslims alike. Similarly, a glossary has been given that explains terms such as "Caliph" and "imam". This is especially relevant nowadays when Islam is often misunderstood in various parts of the world. Furthermore, unlike many management books that are aimed primarily at people working within organisations and use technical language, the information in this book is easily understandable as it is written in simple language, thus allowing the principles to be applied by anyone. Although a lot of the examples have been referenced, perhaps it would have better if more of the examples had been referenced and /or a section had been created for further reading.
Nonetheless, this is a unique management book that is relevant to both Muslims and non Muslims alike and can be used in our day to day lives wherever we are, regardless of our roles.