Hiroshi Ishida taught at the Institute of Business and Accounting, Kwansei Gakuin University between 2005 and March 2014, where he served as promoted to Professor on April 2013. He also taught at Aoyama Gakuin University, Soft Bank Investment University, and BBT University. Ishida is the co-author of “CSR Innovation: Creating CSR framework maximizing core-business” in Japanese, and author of numerous academic, newspaper articles and commentaries. Ishida is now working hard to develop Stakeholder engagement framework in Japan, which is called “Stakeholder Engagement Programme” began since 2012, and now expanding his activities to other Asian countries such as Thailand, Malaysia, Indonesia and Myanmar, the aim of this consortium is to explore the possibility of solving the sustainability issues into business practice.
Preceding the CRT Japan, he worked at the Industrial Bank of Japan (IBJ) for 10 years (1990 – 2000). Ishida began his career at the Bond Dealing Section and worked there for 4 years. He moved onto work at Takamatsu Branch for the following 3 years. In 1997, he was appointed and worked as a member of the Mizuho Integration Project Team at Information Technology Planning Department, Y2K and System Risk Management. After resigning from IBJ in 2000, Ishida volunteered for CRT Japan bringing a wealth of experience.