Vol 7, No 2 (2020), published: 5 June 2020

Table of Contents

Creating High-Performance Organizations in Asia: Issues to Consider
André de Waal (pp. 86-103)
Keywords: Asia; High Performance Organizations; HPO; Organizational Improvement
Type: Research Paper
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Application of Tawarruq in Islamic Banking in Malaysia: Towards Smart Tawarruq
Muhammad Faruq Roslan, Omar Bamahriz, Aishath Muneeza, JinZi Chu, Zakariya Mustapha, Mohamad Zabidi Ahmad (pp. 104-119)
Keywords: Fintech; Islamic Banking; Smart Contract; Blockchain; Tawarruq
Type: Conceptual Paper
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Analyzing An Organizational Change Process Using the HPO Framework: the Case of A Rwandese Bank
Béata Habyarimana and André de Waal (pp. 120-135)
Keywords: High Performance Organizations; Organizational Restructuring; Organizational Change; Rwanda; Banking; Performance Assessment
Type: Research Paper
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Towards Developing Standards for the Zakat Administration in the Republic of Sudan
Mahmoud Ghalib Elmaghrabi, Mustafa Omar Mohammed, and Muhammad Tahir Jan (pp. 136-146)
Keywords: Zakat Challenges; Efficiency; Standards; Sudan; Zakat Governance; Zakat Institutions
Type: Conceptual Paper
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An Exploratory Study On The Possibility Of Replacing Tawarruq Based Islamic Banking Products Using Other Alternatives
Zaki Ahmad, Faathih Zahir, Ahmed Mohamud Usman, Aishath Muneeza and Zakariya Mustapha (pp. 147-164)
Keywords: Alternatives to Tawarruq; Ijarah; Islamic Finance; Salam; Tawarruq
Type: Conceptual Paper
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Approaches to the Management and Policing of Food Safety: The Food Standard Agency’s Regulating Our Future
Richard Bradford-Knox, Kevin Kane, and Simon Neighbour (pp. 165-183)
Keywords: Cooperation; Collaboration; Trust; Risk Management; Compliance; Food Standard Agency; Food Safety
Type: Research Paper
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The Use of Peer Instruction and Flipped Learning to Support Flexible Blended Learning During and After the COVID-19 Pandemic
Chrissi Nerantzi (pp. 184-195)
Keywords: Blended Learning; COVID-19 Pandemic; Flipped Classroom; Peer Instruction; Student Engagement
Type: Conceptual Paper
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