mission
ミッション・ビジョン・バリュー

Our Mission・Vision・Values

At Goalist we use these terms in the following way. Our Mission is our core purpose. Our Vision is our medium term goal. Our Values are the principles that guide our organization. It is these three ideas that form the organization's culture and allow us to create a Professional Team that is nuanced, diverse, and united.

To be a
professional team that leads
individuals and organizations to their goals.

Modern humanity has evolved to amazing heights.
We communicate over incredible distances, traverse the sky, and even go to the moon.
Why has so much been achieved?
We believe that all of this comes from people having Goals. It is when people set out after their Goals that they begin to grow, and the process of pursuing and achieving Goals brings evolution beyond any other.
"Goal" is the central part of "Goalist" because of our belief in the value of Goals.
Our ideal is to be an organization that is able to continually bring ourselves and our clients closer to our respective Goals, and through the repetition of this process continue to grow into a Professional Team that is truly capable of delivering great value anywhere.

GOAL

Global / Original / Ambitious / Leader

At Goalist we aim to be a Professional Team. We express this with the four words Global, Original, Ambitious, and Leader. These four come together to form our GOAL.

Global

At Goalist, being a Professional Team means that we must be capable of delivering great value anywhere. To this end we hire people from all over the world, and emphasize the ability to perform regardless of the location.

Original

In the rapidly changing modern world, new opportunities continuously appear. Our idea of Originality is being able to contend with new opportunities in ways that have not been done before, allowing us to provide new value to the world.

Ambitious

Setting high aims is a source of energy that allows us to overcome continually higher obstacles. Creating an impact larger than oneself is also an important part of generating motivation and meaning through work, and we use this principle to help us perform at our best.

Leader

"Leader", as we express it, has two meanings. The first refers to being a market leader. The second refers to being an existence that leads our customers to their Goals. We aim to always stand at the forefront of change, in pursuit of our Goals.

Our 8 Values


People who achieve their dreams have one thing in common that differentiates them. That is, they take action towards their dreams. Repeating the cycle of setting objectives, strategizing, and executing is something that we value highly at Goalist.


Things that can be changed are Oneself, Thinking, Action, and The Future. Focusing energy only on what can be changed is the most important step to being independent and autonomous.


Each individual possesses infinite possibilities. We believe that when you are faced with great obstacles is exactly when it is the most important to continue to aspire to ideals. That aspiration is a key catalyst for growth.


It is when people take pride that they can truly give life their best. We believe that a person cannot continue to work without taking pride in what they do.


Sometimes there are things that need to be said, and though they maybe hard to say, especially to superiors, we believe it is vital for each individual to communicate these things. It is only through having trust and communication that true team spirit is forged.


Being on time, keeping promises, and quickly responding to complaints are just a few examples of what we mean when we aim to set a high standard for thoroughness. These things may each be minor, but when consistently done in concert they build the trust that is required to achieve great heights.


Greeting people, speaking pleasantly, and smiling are part of what we see as treating people well. Even when you may possess more knowledge, or experience, this attitude helps build relationships.


Everyone makes mistakes. Things don't always go according to plan. At work there are always going to be things that go wrong. The most important thing is to accurately, and completely, communicate these issues as soon as possible. Acknowledging the issue is always the first step to resolving it.