GLOBIS Way
GLOBIS Way

GLOBIS Way

The GLOBIS way serves as the Group’s constitution. This constitution emerged from ongoing discussions among our staff, and encompasses the Group’s Management Principles, Business Guidelines and Action Guidelines.

Management Principles

Contribute to society through business (for society)
GLOBIS contributes to society by consistently creating new value through the operation of business which meet society’s needs.

Provide opportunities for self-fulfillment (for individuals)
GLOBIS provides opportunities for its employees and others associated with GLOBIS to achieve self-fulfillment based on confidence in their own potential, demonstration of an entrepreneurial spirit and the promotion of mutual encouragement.

Realize an ideal corporate system (for stakeholders)
As a pioneering company of the 21st century, GLOBIS consistently meets or exceeds the expectation of customers and stakeholders associated with our businesses. It is our goal to create and maintain an ideal corporate system.

Business Guidelines 3SCH

Stakeholder Satisfaction
To improve the level of satisfaction for all companies and individuals involved with the Company, including society, customers, business partners, employees, creditors and shareholders

Creativity
Being consistently creative. Expressing the uniqueness of GLOBIS

Speed
Exercising agility and responsiveness in business development and operations

High Quality
Consistently providing high-quality service

Systematic Expansion
Systematically promoting business development that generates synergies

Action Guidelines STRECH

Self-development
Enhance individual abilities

Time Management
Fully implement time management

Responsibility
Be responsible for business operations

Enthusiasm & Enjoyment
Demonstrate enthusiasm and enjoy the work

Thoughtful Action
Exhibit thoughtfulness and act promptly

Cooperation
Cooperate with one another

Heartful Communication
Communicate sincerely and with mutual respect

Business Beliefs

FOCUSED rather than BROAD Resource concentration: Resources should be focused on specific, strategic businesses (GMS, GOL, GCP, GMI, GMB) as opposed to broad general pursuits. Brand power: Our internationally acclaimed brand’ advantages should be carefully maintained.
Synergies: Focus on generating synergies to build a competitive strategy and achieve consistent success.

POWERFUL rather than BIG
Effective resource deployment: Take full advantage of outsourcing to leverage maximum impact from a relatively small workforce.
Strive to be No. 1: Aim for the top in the industries in which GLOBIS competes.
Pursue profitability: Continually expand profit margins and sales.

SATISFIED CUSTOMER BASE rather than MASS MARKETING
Targeted marketing: Focus on specific markets rather than mass markets. Adopt a 1-on-1 approach, using databases to discover customer needs.
Satisfy the customer: Provide high-quality services to keep the customer happy, and provide opportunities for positive word-of-mouth.

OPEN rather than CLOSED
An open network: Maintain an open organization while transcending the boundaries between internal and external staff. Establish a broad-based network to maximize the outstanding capabilities of external resources.
An open organization: Freely exchange information, conduct open discussions and encourage participation in decision-making by as many staff members as possible.
Unique: Strategically hire unique personnel who create an innovative corporate culture that values creativity through diversity.

FLEXIBLE rather than FIXED
A flat, networked organization: Built on a common foundation of shared principles, vision and strategies. The power to delegate: Able to actively distribute decision-making to each division, team and individual to establish an organization driven by individual initiative, while maintaining consistent quality and focus.
Highly adaptive: Flexible in our organizational structure, human resource system and culture. Able to rapidly and effectively adapt to challenges of growth and change in our vision, our strategy, and the external business environment.

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