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Prof. Wiwiek Rabiatul Adawiyah, M. Sc., Ph. D.

Prof. Wiwiek Rabiatul Adawiyah, M. Sc., Ph. D. was born in Sumbawa in December 1970. She finished her bachelor's degree in Accounting at the University of South Australia (1994), master's degree in Management at the University of Lincolnshire and Humberside, U. K. (1998), and doctoral degree in Management at Universiti Utara Malaysia (2012). After being lecturer at Universitas Jenderal Soedirman since 2003, Prof. Wiwiek Rabiatul Adawiyah, M. Sc., Ph. D. was inaugurated as a professor in 2019.

In her scientific oration entitled "Building Quality Work Life Based on Islamic Spirituality Values", she said that the value of Islamic spirituality helps the process of balancing employee life at three levels, namely individual, group, and organization. Achieving this balance can help achieve optimal work results. Quality work life will be achieved through achieving a balance between personal and work life, spiritual and physical life, and individual and collective life. This will increase job satisfaction and employee commitment thus benefiting the company in the long run. Therefore, organizational policies in managing human resources must not abandon the value of spirituality.

In line with this, Prof. Wiwiek took her focus and expertise in the field of quality management. The decision was purely based on her passion and expertise in the field of management in general, for example, the performance of MSMEs, human resource management, entrepreneurship, and so on. A lot of her research has been booked into a special modeling/guide. In fact, one of her researches was used as a reference by the Dompet Dhuafa organization.

In addition to being an active reviewer of international and national journals, she is also carrying out other mandates, namely as Chairperson of the Indonesian Economists Association of Purwokerto Commissariat, Islamic Economists Association of Unsoed Commissariat, Sharia Economics Division of MUI Banyumas Regional Branch, assessor of the National Accreditation Board for Higher Education, and assessor of the Self-Accreditation Institute for Business Management Economics and Accounting.