Lunch meeting with guest experts on universal design (UD)
The Fujitsu Group is not only developing and offering products and services that are easy to use by all and enable participation in society by more people, but is also devising work styles that enable a variety of people to work within the company.
On October 5, the Universal Design and IT Usage Seminar was held at Fujitsu Trusted Cloud Square. Fujitsu took this opportunity to welcome Dr. Sheryl Burgstahler (founder of the DO-IT Center, University of Washington) and Professor Kenryu Nakamura of The University of Tokyo, the co-host of the seminar, for a lunch meeting with the company's top management on the theme of UD. An overview of the dialogue follows.
Sheryl Burgstahler, Professor, University of Washington
Kenryu Nakamura, Director, DO-IT Japan; Professor, The University of Tokyo
Noriko Shiono, Vice President, Diversity Promotion Office
Ken Toyoda, Director, Recruiting Center
Kazuhisa Terashi, Head of Ubiquitous Services Business Unit
Kimitaka Kato, SVP, Marketing Transformation Project Office
Yoshihiro Ueda, President, Fujitsu Design Limited
Sogo Fujisaki, Director, CSR Department (meeting MC)
* The positions and titles of participants are as of the time of the dialogue.