ID 2814
FullText File
Title Alternative
A Study on the CSR Activities of Corporation Learning from the Experience of Shima Seiki
Authors
Oda, Akira
Kotaka, Kanako
DOI
Journal Title
The Wakayama economic review
ISSN
04516222
NCID
AN00071425
Volume
386
Start Page
35
End Page
70
Published Date
2016-12-01
Language
jpn
Keywords
社会的責任
利害関係者
地域社会への貢献
Keywords Alternative
corporate social responsibility
stakeholders
contribution to local-community
Abstract Alternative
Shima Seiki Mfg., Ltd. is a leading manufacturer of computerized flatbed knitting machines and related design systems and has its main office and factory in Wakayama City, Japan. Mr. Masahiro Shima, its current president, started the business. In the textile machine boom during Japan’s high growth period, the company surpassed its competitors with its automation technology and the high quality and performance of its products. Despite the negative impact of the oil shock, it became one of Japan’s top three companies in ten years and one of the world’s top companies in twenty years after starting up through the successful development of mass-produced computerized machines and comprehensive design systems. This article attempts to describe how Shima Seiki’s CSR activities developed and contributed to its various stakeholders in the industry and local community.
Content Type
Departmental Bulletin Paper
Text Version
publisher