Hubungan psikologi positif dengan potensi modal insan dan kreativiti organisasi mengikut perspektif barat dan Islam (The relationship between positive psychology with human capital potential and organizational creativity from the western and Islam perspec

Nur Atiqah Abdullah, Fatimah Omar, Nik Mutasim Nik Ab Rahman, Khairul Akmaliah Adham


This study discusses the concepts of positive psychology, as well as the strengh and potential of human capital and its relation to instrinsic motivation and creativity from the Western and Islamic perspectives. The Western psychology scholars view creativity as a potential possessed by humans, which relate to the mind or intellectual intelligence and potentials pf human affective or emotional intelligence. In developing the strengh and potential of human capital, such as creativity, western scholars approach draws heavily on the aspects of cognitive, social, and external factors. These include giving rewards, providing a conductive environment and support to groups and organizations. In contrast, the Islamiz approach emphasized on the power of faith or Iman as the basis of generating moral or personal and knowledge strength as well as intrinsic motivation that derives creativity. All these become the basis for the development of important traits of critical thinking, decision-making skills, creativity and ability to innovate. Based on this Islamic perspective, the paper proposes a conceptual model that shows the relationship between human capital potential and positive psychology and its impact on organization.

Full Text:



  • There are currently no refbacks.


The editors and publisher of Jurnal Psikologi Malaysia have made every possible effort to verify the accuracy of all information contained in this publication. Any opinions, discussions, views and recommendations expressed in the article are solely those of the authors and are not of Jurnal Psikologi Malaysia, its editors or its publisher. Jurnal Psikologi Malaysia, its editors and its publisher will not be liable for any direct, indirect, consequential, special, exemplary, or other damages arising therefrom.