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Ricoh Institute of Sustainability and Business

About us

Institute Outline

The Ricoh Institute of Sustainability and Business aims to suggest new ways and directions to corporate management by estimating the movement and signs of structural changes in the marketplace with an eye on global business development.We will conduct research activities to contribute not only to the progress of the company (''business'') but also to help bring about a rich and sustainable society (''sustainability'') through our ''corporate activities.''

Feature 1

The Institute applies its research findings to corporate management by making proposals and providing information for the top management of Ricoh.

Feature 2

The Institute further deepens its research based on emerging issues and lessons drawn from actual business activities.

Feature 3

The Institute broadly distributes its research findings to the public through online columns and other means.

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President

Takashi Kozu (Fellow, Ricoh Company, Ltd.)

Research Director

Tetsuya Nakano

Executive Advisor

Nobuo Inaba (Director, Chairman of the Board, Ricoh Company, Ltd.)

Economics and Social Issues Chief Research Fellow

Soichi Sato

Environment, Resource and Energy Chief Research Fellow

Hitoshi Kometani

Industry and Business Chief Research Fellow

Tetsuya Nakano

Planning Unit (Work Styles Research) General Manager, Senior Research Fellow

Masayuki Koga

As of April 1, 2021

Research Areas

Economics and Social Issues

Global companies are required not only to respond to dynamic changes swiftly and appropriately in the global economy, but they also need an insight to foresee the future. The Economic Research Team in this Unit analyzes the trend and risk of the global economy and financial markets. It also studies the mid-long term change of the economic structure and its impact on corporate management.
In recent years, there has been a growing social interest in the sustainability of corporate management. Focusing on the social issues, the Social Issues Research Team in this Unit will seek to create new value as a global company.

Environment, Resource and Energy

Today, it is inevitable for global companies to achieve sustainable growth to survive. As the global environment issues are becoming serious, the world is making a major turn toward decarbonization and the circular economy.
The Environment, Resource and Energy Research Unit researches the roles companies need to play and new business opportunities related to the environment.

Industry and Business

Technologies are developing rapidly. The Industry and Business Research Unit researches state-of-the-art management issues that advanced manufacturing industries should respond to by looking ahead to the IoT and the artificial intelligence (AI) era. We will also conduct research on Digital Transformation (DX), which is gaining momentum against the backdrop of COVID-19 and declining population.

Work Styles

There has been a transformation in people’s work styles driven by the advance of technology and development of information society. What are we required for office workers to attain their objectives with pride in their jobs? Considering various factors concerning work, including people, organizations, services, and environments, the Planning Unit addresses the challenges facing companies and explore the role of a digital services company.

Access

Ricoh Institute of Sustainability and Business

3-6, Nakamagome 1-chome, Ohta-ku, Tokyo 143-8555, Japan
+81 3-3777-8111

Access:
Toei Subway Asakusa Line, Magome Station; 8 minute walk
Go out Exit A1 (Kanjo 7), and turn right.

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