Medium-Term Management Plan
NKG Building Resilience 2024（2021.7-2024.6）
Goals of Nippon Koei Group
The vision of our Nippon Koei Group is ‘To be group of consultants and engineering companies that are overwhelmingly No.1 in Japan and top class worldwide’.
In the Medium Management Goals NKG Building Resilience 2024, we will use 3 years to solidify the foundation of 100-year-old company aim, follow the 3 resilience policies and develop sustainable growth to grow into a ‘Global corporate company with cooperation and resilience as one team ’.
3 resilience policies
Resilience policy 1: Boosting business through three independent domains(Consulting, Urban & Spatial, Energy)
In order to reinforce business axis, the previous five business segments changed to three business segments (Consulting, Urban & Spatial, Energy)
|Urban & Spatial Development Business||
Resilience policy 2: Group management structure that realizes matrix management across businesses and regions
Transitioning to a holding company and ensuring comprehensive management for each region that realize matrix management.
Resilience policy 3: Manifesting the NKG brand and NKG quality
As a technology strategy, we will increase investment in technology development with digital transformation as the core and strive to create new customer value for the evolution of digital technology.
In addition, for human resource strategy, launching NKG Global Academy to develop world-class human resources.
Additionally, promote well-being management by developing health management, work-style transformation & work-place transformation etc.
|Human Resource/Technology Strategy||
Numerical Targets (IFRS)
|FYE June 2024
155 billion yen
11.5 billion yen
|Operating profit margin
Numerical Targets (IFRS)
|Operating profit margin||6.0%||7.4%||1.4pt|
|Profit before tax||7,176||11,000||3,823||153.3%|
|Profit attributable to owners of parent||4,531||7,100||2,569||156.7%|
Numerical Targets by Segment (IFRS)
|Urban & Spatial Development Business||21,457||39,000||17,542||181.8%|
|Urban & Spatial Development Business||20,274||40,000||19,725||197.3%|
|Real Estate Leasing and Other||865||1,000||134||115.6%|
|Urban & Spatial Development Business||2,266||3,200||933||141.2%|
|Real Estate Leasing and Other||-2,058||-3,200||-1,141||-|
*Figures in three segments for FYE 21/6 are simple aggregations before intercompany eliminations.
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