Management by All
Amid harsh global competition, there is a limit to what one manager can achieve by working hard alone. However, if each and every employee engages with management in a leading role, they gain fulfillment and job satisfaction.
The strongest group is one where all employees are managers; but, no such system existed. So, efforts were made to manage the company using the "Extended-Family Principle" — as a community bound together by a common vision.
Conditions necessary for this are:
- (1) Management rationale that pursues the happiness of employees
- (2) Information-sharing through transparent management