Efforts to Realize Halal Business: Implementation of Celestial Management in MSMEs

Abstract

Celestial management is a method that incorporates spiritual values ​​in the management of an organization. Spirituality in organizations can make a positive contribution to business development. Celestial management can cam also be used to help organizations avoid practises that are prohibited in Islam. This study aims to provide a clear framing of the implementation of celestial management in MSMEs business practices. AA Packaging is a MSMEs in Malang, East Java, which has successfully implemented celestial management. The focus of this research is to find out this can drive the growth of its business. This research was carried out using a qualitative approach, with case studies. The data collection was conducted by means of document analysis, observations and interviews to the parties related to celestial management implementation. The data obtained is then reduced, identified and analyzed for answering research questions. AA Packaging implements celestial management in organizations through capital and financial policies. The AA Packaging owner thinks that organizational policies made based on celestial management are one of the efforts of da'wah. In addition, the celestial management policy is also realized through giving shodaqoh to those in need. AA Packaging has proven that the celestial management policy supports business growth.


Keywords: Celestial Management, Organizations, MSMEs, Business, Halal

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