Fujio Mitarai is the chairman and CEO of Canon inc. He studied Law at Chuo University, was President of Canon in the USA until 1989. Mitarai used a unique blend of eastern and western managerial styles to mold Canon into a successful company. Through a large overhaul he was able to bring the company back to profitability with a style, coined "the Mitarai way." In 1961, Fujio Mitarai joined Canon. Mitarai was sent to the US to help Canon develop in the camera market. Upon arrival he discovered a financial disaster, he discovered. The auditors that advised Mitarai told him Canon should close its US operations and put the money in the bank as it would make more money off the interest. However, he chose to take on the challenge of turning the company around. Mitarai noticed that Canon's US division was drastically inefficient when it came to their corporate structure; when Mitarai took an in-depth look at the company's corporate structure, he noticed that the different divisions within the company became so independent that they only thought about what would benefit their division, not the entire company.
The lack of communication between divisions was astounding and it got to the point where divisions would be building separate factories in China at the same time. This kind of inefficiencies cost Canon dearly and in certain instances it would cost the company twice as much to do something; this was due to the fact that different branches would plan separately instead of together which would have allowed them to combine their costs. However, Mitarai didn't just overhaul the company's corporate structure, he was responsible for launching several new Canon products, notably the Canon AE-1 35mm SLR camera that allowed amateur photographers to take high quality photos. These cameras helped Canon get to the top of the camera market and helped the company build the reputation that it possesses today. In 1984 Mitarai struck a deal with Hewlett-Packard to produce photocopiers using HP software and Canon laser printing. In 1989 Mitarai returned to Japan and found that several of the company's divisions were in the red, however he was unable to do anything about it until 1995 when he was made CEO.
He began to shut down unprofitable divisions within the company and turned the focus of the company from sales to profits, rewarded Canon's best performing staff. In Mitarai's quest to generate profits he began to provide performance incentives to his managers, and in turn, the company's devoted managers contributed more to the company's bottom line
Olympia Radotín is a Czech football club located in the Radotín district of Prague, Czech Republic. It competes in the third tier of football in the country. Olympia Radotín is a successor club to FC Olympia Hradec Králové. In 2017, after Olympia Hradec Králové finished second in the Bohemian Football League and won promotion to the Czech National Football League, a professional competition, their players and staff moved to Prague and formed a newly founded club under the name FK Olympia Prague; the cited reason for this move was that their home stadium did not meet the requirements for professional football and the only stadium in Hradec Králové that did was in use by FK Hradec Králové, another Czech National Football League club. Despite staying clear of the relegation zone in their first season in the second tier league, chairman Angelos Goulis announced the club had decided to willingly move one tier down the football pyramid into the Bohemian Football League; the club rebranded itself under its current name.
As a part of this move, the club merged with SC Radotín, a local lower-league club. As of 9 March 2018. Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality. Miloš Sazima Vladimír Skalba Motti Ivanir Oldřich Pařízek David Jarolím Official website