With a combination of a small number of people + software + servers and robots.
We are promoting a new era of company management.
I hope to share some of the process in this section.
At the center of the computer is an integrated circuit called the CPU, which performs various calculations.
In addition, there is memory for temporary storage, a hard disk for long-term storage of large amounts of data, and external connection terminals, all of which work together in a complex manner.
There is a secret to cooperation, and that is rhythm.
Since a large amount of processing is done at the same time using electrical signals, it is completely useless if each part is out of sync.
The electronic circuit has a rhythm maker called an "oscillator," which taps out an accurate and fast rhythm.
Quartz is a thinly cut quartz crystal that vibrates when voltage is applied to it.
I also use rhythms that I created by applying them.
I read a paper the other day that said the hippocampus, the part of the brain related to memory, has a rhythm of 4 to 8 Hz.
It seems that rhythm is important for the brain to link the parts of the brain that are divided by function, such as vision and hearing.
However, there seems to be some debate as to whether it should be managed centrally like a computer, or whether it should be decentralized to take advantage of functional localization.
Thinking about such rhythms, I wonder what the rhythms that make a company function should be.
Mogic has never had a numerical goal or roadmap, and each person or team brings up an idea at their own time, gets feedback, and then, poof, they're gone, so I guess you could call it a discrete rhythm.