Live Case – Project

Corporate Sustainability Reporting

A Collaboration Between

Engagement Synopsis

Hioki USA Corporation is beginning its efforts to move towards an environmental, social and economically responsible and sustainable business. Hioki is hoping to collaborate with students to research how to successfully implement changes within a growing business that meet standards such as those set forth by industry leaders like GRI Reporting, IRF, or SASB.

Company Information

CompanyHIOKI E.E. CORPORATION
HQN/A
Revenue10,000,000 - 50,000,000,
Employees500-2500
StageSmall Business
Hiring PotentialN/A
Websitehttps://hiokiusa.com/

Company Overview

Hioki USA Corporation is a subsidiary of Hioki E.E. Corporation headquartered in Nagano, Japan, a company that designs and manufactures electrical and electronic measuring instruments since 1935 and is listed in the Stock Exchange of Japan. HIOKI electrical measuring instruments are used in a broad range of industries and fields, from the maintenance and inspection of electrical work and equipment to the testing of electronic components used in smartphones and computers and the development of electric vehicles and solar power generation technologies.

Company Supervising Team

There are currently no supervisors assigned.

Course Info & Engagement Details

SchoolSchool of Education & Professional Studies
Engagement FormatLive Case - Class Collaboration or Case Competition - This learning format allows educators to deliver experiential learning to students at scale. Students are often split into groups to work on a live case (or a series of cases) from a real host company that directly relates to key learning objectives.
CourseOperations Management
LevelN/A
Students EnrolledN/A
Meeting Day & TimeTuesdays-Thursdays 9:45 am - 11:00 am ET
Student Time Commitment1-3 Hours Per Week
Company Time Commitment1 Hour
Duration9.71 Weeks

Project Topics

Operations

School Supervisors

There are currently no supervisors assigned.

Students

Student

Michael Allen 

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Student

Eliza Aubertine 

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Student

Natalie Ayers 

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Student

Chad Anderson Jr 

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Student

Prabin Rana Bhat 

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Student

Sarah Campbell

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Student

Morgan Brown 

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Student

Vanessa Brandt 

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Student

Audrey Draper 

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Student

Eric Connolly 

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Student

Michael Diano 

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Student

Angharad Gilly 

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Student

Alexis Hayles 

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Student

Wendy Jones 

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Student

Patricia Henriquez 

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Student

Chandler LaPlante 

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Student

Alexis Newman 

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Student

Mathis 

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Student

Conner LaBar 

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Student

Jack Newman 

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Student

Jason Perregaux 

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Student

Riley Quigley

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Student

Hannah priest 

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Student

Julia 

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Student

Nicole Ridley 

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Student

Nicole Anais Ramirez 

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Student

Kristina Sanchez 

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Student

Christin Sanford 

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Student

Jon Venter Venter

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Student

Bethany Varriale 

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Student

Tatianna 

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Collaboration Timeline

Touchpoints & Assignments Due Date Submission
REMINDER OF CONFIDENTIALITY

REMINDER OF CONFIDENTIALITY

During this program, you'll be working on a real project posed by a real industry partner. By registering for the CapSource system and participating in this Program, you are bound by the Rules of Engagement, including strict confidentiality of information shared with you. Please be respectful and professional.
February 21 Event na
KICKOFF EVALUATION DUE

KICKOFF EVALUATION DUE

February 21 Event na
SESSION 1: Final Presentations to Hioki @ 9:45 AM - 11:00 AM ET

SESSION 1: Final Presentations to Hioki @ 9:45 AM - 11:00 AM ET

Groups 1, 2, 3, and 4 - will be presenting to Maki and the Hioki team in class. Meeting link: https://potsdam-edu.zoom.us/j/84459642562?pwd=YStaWUhOUlQxQXFzS0EwOU5LZEpCdz09
April 27 Event na
Kickoff Webinar 10:00 AM ET – 11:00 AM ET

Kickoff Webinar 10:00 AM ET – 11:00 AM ET

Project Champion, Maki, and her team, to join class via web conference to kickoff the project. Meeting link: https://potsdam-edu.zoom.us/j/84459642562?pwd=YStaWUhOUlQxQXFzS0EwOU5LZEpCdz09
February 23 Event na
TEMPERATURE CHECK SURVEY #1 DUE

TEMPERATURE CHECK SURVEY #1 DUE

March 07 Event na
OFFICIAL PROJECT END

OFFICIAL PROJECT END

May 01 Event na
PLEASE UPLOAD FINAL PRESENTATION PLEASE UPLOAD FINAL PRESENTATION
April 30 Submission Required submission-required
Complete End of Project SELF Evaluation

Complete End of Project SELF Evaluation

May 08 Event na
Complete End of Project PEER Evaluation

Complete End of Project PEER Evaluation

May 08 Event na
5-min Presentation on your Understanding of Hioki @ 10:00 AM ET

5-min Presentation on your Understanding of Hioki @ 10:00 AM ET

March 04 Event na
5 min recorded zoom presentation will be submitted by Wednesday, March 17th at 6 pm. 5 min recorded zoom presentation will be submitted by Wednesday, March 17th at 6 pm.
No Class* Thursday, March 18
Change of Plan: This is an official break day at SUNY Potsdam, so we cannot hold class. Therefore, students will be submitting their recorded presentations to me (Shalu) by Wednesday, March 17th, and I will share the links to those presentations with Maki.
March 17 Submission Required submission-required
5 min recorded zoom presentations will be submitted by 6 pm on Wednesday, April 7th 5 min recorded zoom presentations will be submitted by 6 pm on Wednesday, April 7th
No Class* Thursday, April 8
Change of Plan: This is an official break day at SUNY Potsdam, so we cannot hold class. Therefore, students will be submitting their recorded presentations to me (Shalu) by Wednesday, April 7th and I will share the links to those presentations with Maki.
April 07 Submission Required submission-required
SESSION 2: Final Presentations to Hioki @ 9:45 AM - 11:00 AM ET

SESSION 2: Final Presentations to Hioki @ 9:45 AM - 11:00 AM ET

Groups 5, 6, 7, and 8 - will be presenting to Maki and the Hioki team in class. Meeting link: https://potsdam-edu.zoom.us/j/84459642562?pwd=YStaWUhOUlQxQXFzS0EwOU5LZEpCdz09
April 29 Event na
TEMPERATURE CHECK SURVEY #2 DUE

TEMPERATURE CHECK SURVEY #2 DUE

April 11 Event na
DEADLINE FOR STUDENTS TO REGISTER

DEADLINE FOR STUDENTS TO REGISTER

February 16 Event na

Key Milestones & Project Process

  • March 4, 2021 - Develop an Understanding of Hioki Global's Products, Operations, and Industry

    • What does Hioki do?
    • Who are their customers?
    • What do they sell?
    • What is their organizational structure?

    Suggested Deliverable:

    Each team must prepare a 5-min presentation on your understanding of Hioki to present to your classmates and the project leadership at Hioki

  • March 18, 2021 - Industry Research on Recycling Best Practices

    • What organizations are effective at recycling products?
    • Do they outsource to third parties or handle internally?
    • What are the logistical and cost implications of recycling products?
    • How do they measure effectiveness?

    Suggested Deliverable:

    Prepare a 5-min in-class presentation on your findings

  • April 8, 2021 - Recycling Options Exploration for Hioki

    • What options does Hioki have to recycle products?
    • What resources are required to implement your proposed recycling system?
    • How much does it cost to implement your plan?

    Suggested Deliverable:

    Propose a recycling roll-out plan for Hioki

  • April 27, 2021 - Develop a Plan for Hioki to Accomplish Zero Emissions by 2030

    • What are emissions at currently for Hioki?
    • Why is this a priority for a company like Hioki?
    • What are the biggest causes of emissions?

    Suggested Deliverable:

    Present a comprehensive plan to accomplish zero emissions. What resources are required?

Project Resources