Sanpo-Yoshi is a 400-year-old business philosophy that originated in Japanese culture. Meaning a three-way benefit, it has a focus on business, customers, and society. At the heart of what we do, we believe that as a business, we have a responsibility to the communities around us - it's more than just profits.
We envision a world where everyone works in developing what it means to be human - a world where we understand our potential to flourish and push the limits of our resilience. It is these ideas, that we believe are key as we head into the unknown future. And so, we will work towards new developments and strategies in business education with our two initiatives.
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The Voice of Education
Education is the foundation of a healthy society and democracy. The world is shifting, and we need an education system that shifts with it. Locally and globally, our goal here is to help build an educational landscape for the Fourth Industrial Revolution - around the WEF framework of Education 4.0
As we look towards the future, our narrative will only become harder to understand as all our voices become louder. As we look to keep an eye on what this may mean for us, we will see the world from different perspectives.
Finding what it takes to help people grow into their potential and creating environments that allow for our strengths to grow.
Without resilience, we cannot flourish. We look to build on our resilient nature as we face the difficulties and complexities of the modern world.
The Voice of Education
Three pillars of democracy: sovereignty, autonomy, and freedom - come from the ability to know oneself and know the world.
For generations, education has been built on the idea of tradition, of sticking to what's worked in the past. But as we move forward into a new era, we have a chance to combine tradition with progress and let the minds of the future - build the future.
The foundation of a single truth has gotten us this far, but the modern complexities threaten our stability both globally and locally. We must find new ways to integrate our differences and reach across disciplines.
The Voice of Education is about more building students into a standardized environment, but about growing an environment that fits all students. Allowing for individualized paths, and the motivation of curiosity - finding new combinations and allowing our differences to bring us closer together.
Follow us as we explore where the schools of the future may take us.
Pillars of Change
Schools of the Future
The 21st century is calling for major social and technological shifts. To meet the needs of tomorrow, we have to rethink the skills that students are learning so they can better navigate future landscapes.
A Shift in Learning
We have a chance to rethink education and the way classes are taught. With innovative strategies that can change student-teacher relationships, we can learn to cultivate the skills of tomorrow.
In Teachers We Trust
Countries like Finland have shown the potential the teaching profession has to offer to schools and communities. And it's time we learn to give teachers the room they need to change student lives.
A Nation at Hope
We have spent nearly a generation trying to play catch-up in the educational landscape. Now, we must take the reigns and see the opportunities that lay before us.
Shifting Landscapes is about reimagining one of the biggest parts of our lives - work. As a natural extension of our time in the world of education, it is important that we look to the future as it comes to our values, skills, and environments.
Can we look to the future of our work-life to change for the better? As it is heavily connected to our social world, we will be working for a new conception that focuses on employees and audiences at the center of it all.
Pillars of Change
Finding equality doesn't need a complete systemic change, but rather intelligent and incremental improvements. With a focus on developing value beyond the economic sense, we can integrate new ways of doing business.
Creating lasting organizations means creating an optimal employee experience. With a high-performing model in mind, we will focus on creating an environment where everyone wins.
With minds like Brene Brown and Simon Sinek at the center, we will push for leadership that is dynamic, open to change, and prioritizes all types of diversity.
Technology is pushing us together as we are seeing more of the world than ever before. This means we have to find new ways to integrate and accepting opposing ideas and ways of being.