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How Japanese companies can shape 21st century capitalism

Redefining their social contribution will show the way

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Office and residential buildings in Tokyo: leadership is about looking to the horizon and making change, not reacting to it.   © Getty Images

Ben Fouracre is the Japan representative for the Berkeley Research Group. Jody Ono is adjunct professor at Hitotsubashi University Business School, and is an outside director at Mabuchi Motor.

There is a vast and unclaimed leadership territory in the global business landscape: defining corporate social contribution for a sustainable future that builds enduring social capital in communities served.

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