AL JASRAH, Bahrain (PRWEB) October 23, 2017
Mohamed Buheji and Dunya Ahmed’s new book “Breaking the Shield: Introduction to Inspiration Engineering: Philosophy, Practices and Success Stories” (published by Archway Publishing) studies inspiration as a phenomena and the “currency” that can be engineered and developed.
In “Breaking the Shield,” Buheji and Ahmed explore the concept of “Inspiration Engineering” with the subject of developing of socio-economies through opportunities, discovery, problem solving. They analyze how one can create and manage inspiration to influence change with minimal resources. Buheji and Ahmed also discuss how to approach problems, challenges, failures or losses as a way to discover unseen opportunities. The book includes examples of case studies from around the world.
“It is a multi-disciplined book that is based on newly tested concept that focus on influencing without power that would lead to an outcome or legacy,” Buheji and Ahmed say, “Besides it gives the philosophy, the case studies and the success stories. It focus on inspiration for organisations and societies.”
“Breaking the Shield”
By Mohamed Buheji and Dunya Ahmed
Softcover | 5.5 x 8.5 in | 470 pages | ISBN 9781480848061
E-Book | 470 pages | ISBN 9781480848078
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble
About the Author
Mohamed Buheji Mohamed Buheji is the founder of International Institute of Inspirational Economy (IIIE) and the founder of the journal of Inspiration Economy and the International Youth Economy Journal. Since 2008 he has published over 40 peer-reviewed journal and conference papers, 14 books mostly in Arabic about thinking, lifelong learning, quality of life, inspiration and competitiveness, and one book in English.
Dunya Ahmed is co-founder of the IIIE and co-founder of Inspiration Economy Journal and Int’l Youth Economy Journal. She is scientific committee chairperson in IIIE and assistant professor and lecturer in the Department of Social Sciences at the University of Bahrain. In addition she is strategic planning and development adviser in Supreme Council for Women in the Kingdom of Bahrain. She completed her doctorate in social work at the University of Warwick, specializing in gender, disability and Islam. She is the first person to hold a doctorate in social work in Bahrain and concentrates mainly on gender equity and the rights of people with disabilities. She is an active member of local and regional NGOs and leads governmental and non-governmental projects. She is also on the editorial board of several international scientific journals.
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