The Journal of International Buddhist Studies College (JIBSC) <p><strong>ISSN: 3027-6276 (Online)</strong></p> <p> The Journal of International Buddhist Studies College (JIBSC) invites academic articles from scholars from various countries for publication. These articles should be related to philosophy, religion, culture, psychology, sociology, language, and peace. We are pleased to inform you that all submitted articles will be edited by our editorial team and reviewed by academic experts. </p> <p> </p> International Buddhist Studies College IBSC of Mahachulalongkornrajavidyalaya MCU en-US The Journal of International Buddhist Studies College (JIBSC) 3027-6276 Intellectual Leadership in the Knowledge Economy: Nurturing Innovation and Learning Organizations <p>In the knowledge economy, intellectual leadership plays a critical role in directing organizations through the promotion of inquisitiveness, creativity, and ongoing education. This makes it possible for businesses to take advantage of intellectual capital, which spurs growth, innovation, and long-term success. Skillfully navigating the intricacies of the knowledge economy, intellectual leadership fosters innovation by promoting knowledge sharing, lifelong learning, and ethical principles. It is essential to assess its efficacy and acknowledge the contribution of intellectual agility to innovation. Innovation and intellectual capital act as mediators between the positive effects of transformational and transactional leadership on organizational performance. Case studies of intellectual leaders from the real world provide insightful information about how successful leadership fosters innovation.</p> Asst. Prof. Dr.Wanchai Suktam Jirayu Supsin Sanya Kenpahoom Copyright (c) 2024 The Journal of International Buddhist Studies College (JIBSC) 2024-03-30 2024-03-30 10 1 55 79 Finding Peaceful Living Through the Pa-Auk or Ledi Meditation Techniques <p>This article thoroughly examines the shared foundational principles that are deeply ingrained in Buddhist teachings and are embodied by both the Pa-Auk and Ledi meditation techniques. It emphasizes the importance of mindfulness, concentration, and insight as crucial elements that lead to inner peace and spiritual liberation. In the process of exploring the role of meditation in fostering a peaceful existence, it brings to light how the Pa-Auk and Ledi techniques, which are part of the Theravada Buddhism tradition, offer distinct paths for individuals to discover themselves and develop personally. The Pa-Auk meditation technique focuses on the cultivation of tranquility (samatha) and insight (vipassana) through various practices such as breath awareness and mindfulness of physical sensations. Practitioners of this technique benefit from the guidance provided by the teachings of the Buddha as well as contemporary masters, which aids them in making spiritual progress and living harmoniously. On the other hand, the Ledi meditation method, which was developed by the Burmese monk Ledi Sayadaw, places its emphasis on the mindfulness of the body by systematically reflecting on bodily sensations and breath awareness. The aim of this approach is to shed light on the impermanent nature of existence, thereby fostering a deep understanding of the transient nature of the world. Both techniques bring about serene advantages, with the Pa-Auk meditation technique promoting emotional balance, peaceful coexistence, and a more profound understanding of existential realities. Similarly, the Ledi meditation technique emphasizes the cultivation of mindfulness, concentration, and understanding, ultimately leading to the cessation of suffering and the attainment of a peaceful way of living. By embracing both the Pa-Auk and Ledi meditation practices, individuals embark on a transformative journey towards heightened self-awareness, compassion, and alignment with their surroundings, ultimately contributing to the creation of a tranquil society characterized by harmony and peaceful cohabitation.</p> Mr. Aung Tun Win Copyright (c) 2024 The Journal of International Buddhist Studies College (JIBSC) 2024-03-30 2024-03-30 10 1 32 54 THE FACTORS AFFECTING EFFECTIVE ORGANIZATIONAL CULTURE MANAGEMENT: A CASE STUDY HONGFU COMPANY IN CHINA <p>The primary objective of this research is twofold. Firstly, it aims to discern the various factors that influence the efficient management of organizational culture in the context of environmental protection for recycled plastic products. Secondly, it strives to formulate a comprehensive model for effectively managing the organizational culture of such environmentally conscious recycled plastic products. In order to accomplish these objectives, the research employs a quantitative research methodology. A total of 172 individuals were selected as the sample size from a population of 300 individuals, which comprised general managers, internal staff, distributors, and competitors in the distribution market. The sampling method employed for this research was the well-known Yamane Taro technique. The data collection process was facilitated through the administration of a questionnaire, which exhibited a commendable reliability coefficient (IOC) of 0.81. Various statistical methods were utilized to analyze the collected data, including IOC, Average, Standard Deviation, Pearson correlation, and Multiple Regression Analysis.</p> <p>The outcomes of the investigation have revealed a series of noteworthy findings. Firstly, it has been observed that the collaboration between individuals and organizations plays a crucial role in various aspects. This includes the enhancement of industry competition, the adaptation to market environment, and the improvement of employee participation and work efficiency. Furthermore, the study has identified that the utilization of indicators and awards positively affects organizational structure and communication model. Moving on to the second point, the research has established that the management model for environmentally friendly recycled plastic products</p> <p>has a significant impact on the effective management of organizational culture. This impact has been measured quantitatively, with an effect size of 31.10 percent. This finding implies that organizations that adopt this management model are more likely to successfully cultivate and maintain a positive and sustainable organizational culture. Therefore, it is recommended that organizations consider implementing this management model to optimize their cultural management strategies and achieve long-term success. In conclusion, the research has shed light on the importance of collaboration, indicators, awards, and the management of environmentally friendly recycled plastic products in enhancing organizational culture and overall effectiveness.</p> Zhan Dongjie Tachakorn Wongkumchai Ntapat Worapongpat Copyright (c) 2024 The Journal of International Buddhist Studies College (JIBSC) 2024-03-30 2024-03-30 10 1 1 19