Management Based on the Kyocera Philosophy

For the Kyocera Group to realize the Management Rationale, correct understanding and application of the Kyocera Philosophy are essential. This applies also to Amoeba Management, Kyocera Management and Accounting Principles, and The Twelve Management Principles. All are based on the Kyocera Philosophy.

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 Amoeba Management
The Kyocera Group uses its own business administration method called the Amoeba Management System, which is specifically developed to realize the corporate philosophy of the Kyocera Group. Under this system, the company organization is divided into small groups called amoebas, which operate on a self-supporting basis. We believe that employees’ enhanced sense of participation in management and motivation engendered by Amoeba Management constitutes the source of the Kyocera Group’s strength. The small group system also serves to clarify the responsibilities of each member of the group, secure transparency in every detail, and enable a thorough check of efficiency.
The Objectives of Amoeba Management
1. Establish a market-oriented divisional accounting system
2. Foster personnel with a sense of management
3. Realize management by all

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 Kyocera Management and Accounting Principles
Accounting is integral to the management of a company as it plays the key role as the compass that leads a company to its destination. When handling accounting matters, it is important to trace them back to their essence and take appropriate measures according to our primary criterion of “What is the right thing to do as a human being?” Kyocera considers the ideal state of accounting to be one in which the facts are shown as they are, and recognizes the importance of fair and transparent management.

Kyocera Management and Accounting Principles Pocketbook

Introduction:Adhere to Fundamental Rules
1.   The Principle of One-to-One Correspondence
2.   The Principle of Double-Checking
3.   The Principle of Perfectionism
4.   The Principle of Muscular Management
5.   The Principle of Profitability Improvement
6.   The Principle of Cash-Basis Management
7.   The Principle of Transparent Management
Photo: Kyocera Philosophy Pocketbook

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