Photo Stories: African Women and Kids
Affected by AIDS Share their Lives
DONATE NOW

 

Amy Kawadler

The corporate philosophy of Canon is kyosei. A concise definition of this word would be "Living and working together for the common good," but our definition is broader: "All people, regardless of race, religion or culture, harmoniously living and working together into the future." Unfortunately, the presence of imbalances in our world in such areas as trade, income levels and the environment hinders the achievement of kyosei.

Addressing these imbalances is an ongoing mission, and Canon is doing its part by actively pursuing kyosei. Truly global companies must foster good relations, not only with their customers and the communities in which they operate, but also with nations and the environment. They must also bear the responsibility for the impact of their activities on society. For this reason, Canon's goal is to contribute to global prosperity and the well-being of humankind, which will lead to continuing growth and bring the world closer to achieving kyosei.

Canon Corporate Philosophy


share your thoughts

Your name (optional)

Your location (optional)

Your comments
Please keep your comments focused on the topic. Thanks!

Please note all comments are reviewed for clarity and appropriateness before publication on the website.

take action

If the stories on this website move you, take action now and see how easy it is to make a difference.

 

photostream

photos by this person (click to view larger):

photos of this person (click to view larger):

textstream

blog entries by this person:


 

take action

If the stories on this website move you, take action now and see how easy it is to make a difference.

get podcast


Subscribe to our free iTunes podcast to get the latest audio and video updates as the project unfolds

get email alerts

Subscribe to our free newsletter to get email updates as the project unfolds



If you tell people you're positive, they stop seeing you and just see the disease.
Nwabisa Ndlokovane
Cape Town project participant


A social art initiative by