We evaluate our business activities with following indicators. The indicators is developed in accordance to our vision and mission, and categorized into six aspects; organizational development, finance, social capital, human capital, social impacts, and environmental impacts. Each year we set the target of each indicator. At the end of fiscal year, we confirm the achievements of indicators quantitatively and qualitatively, and make a evaluation report on our business activities with lessons learned for the next fiscal year.
I. Organizational Development Indicators
- B Corporation Impact Score
- Revenue per worker
- Recurring profit per worker
- Recurring profit margin
- Return on asset
- Capital ratio
- Percentage of donation for public institutes and/or non-profit organizations to recurring profit
III. Social Capital Indiactors
- The number of groups, associations and/or activities the Namidabashi Lab. continuously participates
- The number of community and/or volunteer activities the Namidabashi lab. participates
- The number of policy development activities the Namidabashi Lab. participates
- The number of inquiries by email
- The number of inquiries by call
- The number of visitors to the Namidabashi Lab.
- The number of projects/activities for which the Namidabashi Lab. corroborate with other companies or organizations
- The number of referral of projects/activities to other companies or organizations
- The number of cases of unconditional, altruistic, and autonomous giving-actions (general reciprocal actions)
- Trust of other companies/organizations on the general reciprocal actions taken by the Namidabashi Lab.
- Trust of neighborhood around the offie on the general reciprocal actions taken by the Namidabashi Lab.
IV. Human Capital Indicators
- Attrition rate of workers
V. Social Impact Indicators
- Psychosocial safety among stakeholders of the business activities
- Acceptance of different views and ideas among stakeholders of the business activities (cognitive diversity)
- Psychosocial safety among neighborhood around the office
- Acceptance of different views and ideas among neighborhood around the office (cognitive diversity)
- The number of beneficiaries of the business activities per worker
- Positive impacts of the business activities on policy development
- Coincidence between public image of Asakusa-San’ya area and the Namidabashi Lab.’s vision
- Situation of gentrification of Asakusa-San’ya area *Causal relationship between our business activities and gentrification is not very clear. In addition, it is not sure what indicator describe the gentrification exactly. However, as reference of background of our business activities, several indicators related to Asakusa San’ya area are collected and analyzed.
Natural Environment Impact Indicators
- Annual cost for hygeine management per working hour in Japan
- Annual amount of electricity use per office area (m2)
- Annual amount of water use per working hour in Japan
- Annual amount of greenhouse gas emission
- The number of appraisal for environment consideration surrounding office form neighborhood
- The number of appraisal for environment consideration during business activities