Since its establishment in 1935, Fujitsu has contributed to the development of public infrastructure through innovative information and communications technologies. The ideas and spirit of successive leaders who paved the way for the Fujitsu Group's success are condensed and codified in the Fujitsu Way, which forms the core of our management practices.
For the Fujitsu Group, Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) means putting the Fujitsu Way into practice to address a variety of social issues and contribute to a sustainable, networked society.
On April 1, 2008, Fujitsu announced a fully revised Fujitsu Way.The Fujitsu Way will facilitate management innovation and promote a unified direction for the Fujitsu Group as we expand our global business activities, bringing innovative technology and solutions to every corner of the globe.
The Fujitsu Way provides a common direction for all employees of the Fujitsu Group. By adhering to its principles and values, employees enhance corporate value and their contributions to global and local societies.
Each president of the Fujitsu Group companies or business units nominates Fujitsu Way leaders, who disseminate the Fujitsu Way to its all employees.
Consulting with their presidents, the Fujitsu Way leaders plan appropriate activities in alignment with their business strategies. Discussion on the Fujitsu Way and daily activities helps to understand their roles from the perspective of larger society.
Wallet -sized cards and booklets explaining the Fujitsu Way are distributed to Group employees around the world, with posters also posted at workplaces.
An e-Learning course on the Fujitsu Way is open to be offered in 16 languages to all Group employees. In FY 2013, more than 1,000 employees took the course. By March 31, 2014, 150,000 employees have taken the course and learned the corporate philosophy.
In addition, a video of president Yamamoto explaining the underlying meaning of the Fujitsu Way is on the corporate intranet. The video includes a message about Fujitsu's contribution to society through its business activities.
Many general group training courses provide opportunities to think about the daily activities in the story of Fujitsu Way.
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