Purpose of Management at Fuji Xerox
Fuji Xerox will contribute to the development of a sustainable society by fulfilling the Fuji Xerox Mission Statement. Operating at all times on the principle that "CSR is synonymous with corporate management," we aim to help our customers create value by ensuring the unity of words and deeds and to become a company trusted and cherished by all stakeholders.
CSR management at Fuji Xerox has its origins in the business philosophy of Joseph C. Wilson, founder of Xerox Corporation, which anticipated today's concept of corporate social responsibility.
"Our business goal is to achieve better understanding among men through better communications."
Joseph C. Wilson
The Development of Business Philosophy of Fuji Xerox
From its origins in the Xerox Philosophy, business philosophy of Fuji Xerox has evolved into the Good Company Concept and the Mission Statement.
Mission Statement and Shared Values
The Mission Statement sets forth a common goal for Fuji Xerox and its consolidated affiliates, including domestic and overseas affiliates and sales subsidiaries, as well as all employees.
Our Shared Values comprise 10 value statements that are commonly held by Fuji Xerox, our affiliates, and all of our employees to achieve the Fuji Xerox Mission Statement. Each of the 10 values emphasizes our responsibility and sets forth how we should approach business as members of society and as individuals based on a fundamental respect for humanity.
The Good Company Concept
A "strong" company delivers excellent products and services that satisfy customers and is able to reward its shareholders continuously. A "kind" company contributes to local and global communities in terms of environmental conservation, ethical behavior, and social contribution. Employees find their life and work fulfilling at an "interesting" company. Fuji Xerox aims to be a company with a good balance of all three attributes.