Author(s): Ibtihal Bint Abdulaziz Bint Abdul-Rahman Al-Mobared
This study aims at demonstrating the relevant jurisprudential provisions to the administrative competence, which increase and improve administrative competence. The research adopted the deductive and inductive approaches. It consists of two components. The first component is devoted to the jurisprudential rulings on individual competence. The second component is devoted to the relevant jurisprudential rulings to the strategic competence. The results of the study illustrate the necessity to prefer qualified appointees to others in terms of competencies in the selection, appointment and assigning forbiding the influence of favouritism or enmity in appointing the competent. We must endeavor to find qualified appointees to perform the tasks and prevent the corruption caused by assigning the incompetent. Planning and organizing are legitimate issues in the Holy Quran and the Prophetic Sunnah. They are obligatory if the goals are obligatory and more desirable in the desirable goals. Further, it is an obligation to monitor in a way that achieves the public interest and prevents corruption.