Organising Halal Responsibility in a Company

Authors

  • Dr. Marco Tieman IPMI International Business School
  • Dr. Ahmad D. Habir IPMI International Business School

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.52282/icr.v13i2.928

Keywords:

halal certification, decision making, risk management, halal committee, halal value chain

Abstract

This viewpoint paper is about how best to organise and integrate halal in a company and its operations. In many cases halal is left to the internal halal committee to organise, which is not only incorrect but also provides a major corporate reputation risk for businesses operating in or exporting to advanced Muslim markets. The halal responsibility is a foremost shared responsibility and concerns different levels of the organisation, namely: top management, risk management, marketing, operations, as well as the internal halal committee.

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Author Biographies

Dr. Marco Tieman, IPMI International Business School

Dr. Marco Tieman is a Senior Fellow with the Case Centre, IPMI International Business School, Indonesia. He conducts research on halal purchasing, halal supply chain management, and halal risk and reputation management. He obtained his Master’s degree in industrial engineering & management science [logistics] with the University of Twente (the Netherlands) in 1997 and his PhD in business management [halal supply chain management] with Universiti Teknologi MARA (Malaysia) in 2013. He is also the CEO of LBB International, a supply chain strategy consultancy & research firm with a specialisation in purchasing, production, and supply chain management. He is the author of ‘Halal Business Management: A guide to achieving halal excellence’. Dr. Marco Tieman is the corresponding author and can be contacted at [email protected]

Dr. Ahmad D. Habir , IPMI International Business School

Dr. Ahmad D. Habir is the Director of the Case Centre, IPMI International Business School, Indonesia. While the Centre produces business cases (currently for the Tropical Forest Alliance/World Economic Forum and Filantropi Indonesia, it also organises masterclasses on Halal Business Management. Business cases on halal business have been produced for KNEKS, the government body for advancing Syariah business in Indonesia.  He also teaches International Business and Organisational Behaviour at the MBA level at IPMI. He obtained his MBA in International Business from the George Washington University, USA in 1975 and his PhD in Political Science and International Relations from the Australian National University, Australia.

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Published

2022-12-29

How to Cite

Tieman, Marco, and Ahmad Derry Habir. 2022. “Organising Halal Responsibility in a Company”. ICR Journal 13 (2):139-45. https://doi.org/10.52282/icr.v13i2.928.

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