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Culture

An Environment to Embrace Challenges

  • Director Rotating System (CA8)

    We limit the maximum numbers of directors as eight, and change two directors every two years as a general rule. We aim for business expansion by formulating a structure of directors to match our business strategy and creating a strong corporate organization with holding many managerial talents.

  • Training system for managerial talent of the next generation (CA18)

    In addition to CA8 (8 directors), 10 corporate officers are selected to improve management transparency, added to CA8. Excluding CA8, 3 corporate officers out of 10 are changed every year.

  • New-graduate President

    CyberAgent actively selects young people to promote. The "new graduate president" is a word for an employee who joined CyberAgent straight out of school, and now serves as the president of a subsidiary. In some cases the employee became a subsidiary president in their first year with the company.

  • Ashita Kaigi (Meeting for Tomorrow)

    The Ashita Kaigi is a regular conference of which each director team up with selected employees to propose and make decisions regarding new business ideas, and offer long-term solutions to benefit the future (“ashita”) of CyberAgent. The conference is held twice a year, with many new businesses established from each meeting.

    Ashita Kaigi (Meeting for Tomorrow)

  • CAJJ Program / Startup JJJ

    CyberAgent has unique in-house systems to promote the establishment and growth of businesses, and clarify the criteria for withdrawing from a business. These are the CAJJ Program for profitable businesses, and Start-up JJJ for startup businesses established in principle within the last two years.

    CAJJ Program / Startup JJJ

  • New Business Plan Contest (START UP CHALLENGE)

    This employee-led business plan contest is able to establish new businesses simply by making presentation to board members and gaining an approval. If the plan resolved, then the business will be launched soon.

  • Female Managers

    CyberAgent provides an environment for women to work on a long-term basis, while also actively utilizing women in management. Women currently hold around 20% of management positions including female corporate officers who are working actively.

    Female Managers

  • Next-generation Leader Development System (CA36)

    CyberAgent selects 18 candidates, mainly in their 20s, as potential next-generation leaders, providing them with monthly training sessions led by executives. This system also fosters interdepartmental exchange, and creates points of contact between young employees and executives.

    Next-generation Leader Development System (CA36)

  • General Meeting of Employees

    A General Meeting of Employees is held once every six months, attended by all members of the CyberAgent Group. During this meeting, the president gives presentations on management policy, and exceptional employees are honored with MVP and other awards.

  • YMCA

    The YMCA is an organization to support and encourage young employees in their 20s. Through the young version of “Ashita Kaigi” and the implementation of the general meeting of young employees, we promote communication beyond the department and making proposals to management.