Digital-Based Nazhir Services for Co-Creation Value in Waqf Land Asset Management

Unggul Priyadi, Siti Achiria, Mochamad Ali Imron
Waqf Land; Digital-Based Nazhir Services; Co-Creation; Stakeholder Engagement; Sustainable Development.
In the management of waqf land assets, the implementation of digital-based Nazhir services offers the potential for co-creation value that benefits multiple stakeholders. By utilizing technology to streamline management processes and enhance stakeholder engagement, the true economic, social, and environmental potential of waqf lands can be unlocked, contributing to sustainable development and social empowerment. This conceptual paper aims to investigate the potential of digital-based Nazhir services for co-creation value in waqf land asset management in Bantul. Through a comprehensive literature review, we establish the significance of effective waqf land management, the potential of digital technology, and the importance of co-creation. The synthesis of these concepts offers a compelling framework to revolutionize the management of waqf lands, enabling their transformation into vibrant and sustainable assets. The proposed framework includes an online platform for showcasing waqf lands, streamlined management processes facilitated by digital technology. The initiation of co-creation through the active engagement of stakeholders, from local communities to investors, provides collective decision-making, and ultimately value generation.
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Received : 13 June 2023
Accepted : 02 September 2023
Published : 10 September 2023
DOI: 10.30726/ijmrss/v10.i3.2023.10301