April 1968 Joined ASANUMA CORPORATION
April 1974 Executive Officer
August 1990 President & CEO
Graduated from Meiji Gakuin University Faculty of Economics
Chairman of Tokyo Chamber of Commerce and Industry Association Nakano Branch
What have been the main lessons you have learned in your career and how do you implement them in your management?
"Having a sense of speed" is better than "being overly cautious and slow in action”. I am constantly seeking employees for speed of work. And our slogan is “Let's think about the answer that you can say YES before NO.”
「和敬」 Harmony and respect
Harmony means all things going to peace, being harmonious. Respect means to be harmony and respect others.
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