At LEGS we believe what is important for all things can be summed up with the words
we learn in elementary school ethics and writing classes;
“dreams, goals, effort, sincerity, courage, passion, affection, challenge, trust, care, humility and honesty”.
In other words, the essence of success is important to people, as well as doing the right thing, and should be the fundamental basis for decision making in both life and business.
We want to do great work with partners who can do business with
this way of thinking as their basis.
These partners and comrades may start as the flickering light of 10, 100, 1,000 and even 10,000 people.
Then with this family and others together, it become a bright flame.
If it grows more, it might change the local area, Japan, and even help
make a better world.
This is the type of organization
LEGS wants to be.
Align personal and company goals.
Work with and contribute to society.
Providing great services to customers at reasonable prices. Contributing to social and corporate cultural development. Maintaining strong goals and passion, as well as constant improvement. Pursuing employee growth and wellbeing.
Customers are our source of growth. Growth must always come with improvement. Wanting more is a condition of consistent growth.
LEGS aims to be a visionary company. A visionary company is one that holds a vision and challenges change, continuing to be a great corporation throughout the ages. According to Jim Collins and Jerry I. Porras who defined the idea of a “visionary company”, they have the following attributes:
A precondition for becoming a visionary company is a focused business area in order to raise basic work to a level of technique. Starting from only production, in order to branch out to a variety of businesses, managers need a leader with the necessary wit and capable of the required effort.
LEGS wants to help cultivate leaders who aren’t afraid of change, create new business and continue to grow it.
LEGS sees not only the “business model” as a basis for growth, but also the humanity of its employees. In an ever changing environment, no company has a perfect and correct business mat ter what situation we find ourselves in, we believe the humanity and ability of our teammates will allow us to overcome it.
With that thinking as a basis, starting with our management philosophy, our employees share, understand and realize our management goals, policies, etc, and we operate our human resources on the basis of growth.
Executives, and the CEO in particular, give lectures on out values, goals, policies, as well as our fundamental way of thinking and what we view as important to life and work, where employees are able to share and debate these topics.
Further, there are also lectures on management skills led by the CEO, executives and relevant people. We strive to develop leaders who are not only good at their job, but also garner respect on a personal level.
Our “spirit of the law” is a collection of roughly 60 phrases which include the teachings (philosophies, options, wisdom) of various leaders and managers, which guide our employees daily actions and decisions. By having a unified set of policies, fundamentals and language, they not only guide them in decision making, but also help foster understanding and strengthen the organisation.
Employees can carry them in the form of a book or cards, so they can check and access them at any time.