Nov 05, 2015

The Buddhist priest who became a billionaire snubbing investors | TODAYonline

TOKYO — If this 83-year-old billionaire is right, one of the most important lessons of business school is pretty much wrong. All that stuff about focusing on shareholders? Forget it, says Mr Kazuo Inamori, entrepreneur, management guru and Buddhist priest. Spend your time making staff happy instead. He’s used this philosophy to establish electronics giant Kyocera Corp more than five decades ago...

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