Mogic thinks

We are using 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.

Representative Director Yoichi Yamane


Sexist theories and auditing

Over the past few years, there has been even more work for Mogic, more things to use, and more things to do.

With that, I suspected that the efforts of the board members alone were becoming too limited to check the company.

So, a year ago, I gathered some people within the company and started the Risk Audit Committee.

We meet about once a month to identify possible risks and create a policy to deal with them.

Only then do we switch our stance to a sexist stance, and discuss what kind of system would be best to prevent the development of illicit feelings, should they arise.

In this way, I believe that many systems, tools, and workflows have set and improved the level of information management.

However, for some reason I felt that was not enough, so this year we decided to have an audit done by an outside firm such as an accounting firm or a law firm.

What we found as a result was that we were not paying enough attention to the things that are largely controlled but are a small percentage (in terms of cost, a few percent of the total).

Although the percentage is small, someone should check it because you never know what kind of chain of risks that may occur there.

In this way, a flow was created to systematically check even the smallest costs.

Steady maintenance is essential for everyone to enjoy the process.