Ricoh Way is our essential guide to each daily activity and management decision.
The Spirit of Three Loves , by Kiyoshi Ichimura, founder.
“Love your neighbor”
“Love your country”
“Love your work”
Kiyoshi Ichimura formulated the Ricoh Group’s Founding Principles in 1946. They inform how we do business, encouraging us to constantly improve and contribute to the wellbeing of all stakeholders, including our families, customers, and society at large.
Mission, Vision, and Values
- We are committed to providing excellence to improve the quality of living and to drive sustainability.
- To be the most trusted global company.
CUSTOMER-CENTRICAct from the customer's perspective
PASSIONApproach everything positively and purposefully
GEMBALearn and improve from the facts
INNOVATIONBreak with the status quo to create value without limits
TEAMWORKRespect all stakeholders and co-create value
WINNING SPIRITSucceed by embracing challenges through courage and agility
ETHICS AND INTEGRITYAct with honesty and accountability
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