https://ijbssrnet.com/index.php/ijbssr/issue/feed International Journal of Business and Social Science Research 2022-07-31T02:10:56+00:00 MD. MAFUJUR RAHAMAN contact@ijbssrnet.com Open Journal Systems <p>The <strong>International Journal of Business and Social </strong><strong>Science</strong><strong> Research (IJBSSR)</strong> is a double-blind, peer-reviewed scholarly journal devoted to exchanging the academic researchers and professional findings on all aspects of business, economics, and social science.</p> <p>This is an open access journal publishes monthly on the premise that there is a rising need to more proficiently manage and distribute scholastic concepts and research results in the academic and professional community without undue delay generally encountered in the journal editing process. The journal is operated by a globally oriented editorial board.</p> https://ijbssrnet.com/index.php/ijbssr/article/view/95 Green Logistic and Sustainable Electronic Products Packaging; Consumers Perspective 2022-07-19T15:25:49+00:00 Digvijay Dilip Bhujbal digvijay.bhujbal@gmail.com Najla Shafighi shafighi.naj@gmail.com <p>The purpose of this study is to examine the customer perception and the impact of several on green logistics. More specifically, we looked at how customers' perceptions of green packaging, government assistance for recycling materials and trash management, eco-products, education on waste recycling, and waste management awareness affect green logistics. A quantitative approach using a questionnaire is employed. A total of 124 usable surveys is collected. Using the regression analysis, the findings reveal that green packaging, Eco-products &amp; education are strongly and positively influenced by green logistics. However, Government support moderately and positively influences green logistics.</p> 2022-07-31T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2022 https://ijbssrnet.com/index.php/ijbssr/article/view/96 In Search of Humble Leaders 2022-07-28T09:02:10+00:00 C.W. Von Bergen cvonbergen@se.edu Martin S. Bressler mbressler@se.edu <p><em>The significance of moderation and balance across various domains has been sanctioned for millennia and deviations from midpoints of virtues, traits, qualities, and other attributes have been described as dysfunctional suggesting a nonmonotonic, U-shaped curve. Modern scholarship and lay interpretations of the virtue of humility have neglected this perspective and appear to tacitly assume that humility is an unmitigated good that leaders should develop and that more is better. Here we show, however, that what we refer to as authentic humility, is positioned at an intermediate point between negative and positive views of the self and that deviations from this center adversely impact well-being and offer a nonlinear, inverted U-shaped curve. Such an interpretation reconciles views of humility as a weakness or strength and demonstrates its positive impact on self, followers, and organizational well-being. We conclude by suggesting that humility has costs for leaders and therefore not an unmitigated good.&nbsp;</em></p> 2022-07-31T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2022