ONE DAY TRAINING ON CASE DEVELOPMENT IN ISLAMIC FINANCE
The training is jointly organised by the Centre for Excellence in Islamic Finance, Institute of Management Sciences (CEIF IMSciences) Pakistan and International Sharia Research Academy for Islamic Finance (ISRA), Malaysia.
The Training Brief for Islamic Finance
A case study is usually considered an in-depth information display and invitation for analysis on various topics covering situational economic, business, and legal issues. This training provides hands-on experience in case (studies) development process using Islamic financial products case (studies). Understanding and practice cases (studies) development process is important for trainers, academics, and managers to effectively communicate any topic knowledge including Islamic economic, business, and legal issues.
The trainer will use two of his recently published Islamic finance cases studies on Islamic financial products, to demonstrate case (studies) development processes. The training covers topics such as the nature and typology of cases, commonly referred as cases vs cases studies; collecting and reporting narrative data for cases (studies); forming various episodes of cases (studies); developing an effective instructor note for the cases (studies); structuring cases (studies) for industry trainings and classroom uses; and publication processes.
• Case studies development and its use is an essential skill for an impactful academic and training career.
• Cases studies provide a systematic procedure to resolve contextual managerial problems.
• Cases studies provide great publishing opportunities in specialised cases journals.
Who Should Attend
• Academics and researchers.
• Trainers and associates with Teaching and Learning Department.
• Consultants and employees analysing cases for solution development.
• PhD and Mphil students interested in using case study research methodology.
RM 800 (USD 200), inclusive of training, refreshments, training folder and
certificate of participation.
The Trainer: Dr. Karim Ullah
Karim Ullah received his PhD from Brunel University, London in 2014. In 2015, Karim was in the news for leading a team that won the prestigious Financial Innovation Challenge Fund of the UK, Department for International Development (UK DFID). The outcome of the challenge was the establishment of the Centre for Excellence in Islamic Finance at Institute of Management Sciences (CEIF IMSciences), Pakistan by the State Bank of Pakistan. The objective of the challenge was to integrate education, research, and best industry practices for the financial inclusion of faith-driven social segments.
Karim is currently Assistant Professor and Founding Head of CEIF IMSciences. He has published case-based books and papers and his most recent book publication is Understanding Islamic Financial Services, which he co-authored with Dr. Wafi Al-Karaghouli. He also co-authored with Adnan Malik a book titled Introduction to Takaful which won the best management book award 2015/16 from the Higher Education Commission of Pakistan. In addition to writing journal papers based on cases studies, Karim has published narrative articles with various publishers including Thomson Reuters. He was also instrumental in introducing the Islamic Finance academic programmes at IMSciences.
Karim has conducted training on customising and developing contents and evaluation of trainers for various organisations such as the International Finance Corporation and World Bank. For the past nine years, he has also conducted training on financial services with regulators and other collaborating financial institutions using cases studies methods. Recently, he started providing consultancy services to banks and is part of the apex Government committees shaping financial policies and product development. Karim regularly presents his case-based research work at various global forums, including in the UK, Pakistan, Bangladesh, the UAE, and Saudi Arabia.
For any queries related to the content and focus of training, please contact Dr. Karim
Ullah at Karim.Ullah@imsciences.edu.pk
Registration through Email
International Shari’ah Research Academy for Islamic Finance, 59100 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
Shahid Samad Khan
Centre for Excellence in Islamic Finance (CEIF), Institute of Management Sciences 1-A, Sector E-5, Phase VII, Hayatabad, Peshawar- Pakistan
Registration Via Post
Please send your completed form to the following address:
International Shari’ah Research Academy for Islamic Finance, 59100 Kuala Lumpur,
Shahid Samad Khan
Centre for Excellence in Islamic Finance (CEIF), Institute of Management Sciences
1-A, Sector E-5, Phase VII, Hayatabad, Peshawar- Pakistan
ISRA Bank Account Detail
Account Name: Dana Khas INCEIF – A/C 2 (ISRA Fund)
Address : ISRA @ INCEIF, Lorong Universiti A, 59100 Kuala Lumpur
Account No : 5641 5522 2465
Bank : Maybank
Branch : Jalan Raja Laut
Address : Wisma PKNS Ground Floor, Jalan Raja Laut, 50350 KL
Swift Codes : MBBEMYKLXX
Early bird fees (before 22 February) = RM 750
Normal fees (after 22nd Feb) = RM 800
TRAINING ROOM 3.4, SASANA KIJANG,
No. 2, Jalan Dato' Onn, 50480 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
One Day Training on Cases Development in Islamic
This training provides hands-on experience on case development in Islamic finance. The trainer will use two of his recently published Islamic finance cases as the cases for case development process. The learning can be applied to other topics in management too. The training covers topics such as the nature and typology of cases, collecting and reporting narrative data for cases, forming various episodes of cases, developing an effective instructor note for the cases, structuring cases for industry trainings and class rooms use, and publication process.
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