Mogic is a thinker.

With a combination of a small number of people + software + servers and robots
We are moving forward with a new era of company management.
I hope to share some of that process with you in this section.

Representative Director Yoichi Yamane


Double Issue Interference and Beyond

It is known from experiments with double task interference that a person cannot do two things at the same time.

One process interferes with another, resulting in mistakes and delays.

It would be extremely difficult to answer one phone call while creating a document and answering another.

Unfortunately, however, a company is a place where a variety of jobs come in one after another.

It would be nice if they were ordered one by one, but most of the time, if you are doing something, something else interrupts.

I was thinking of ideas for Project A, I was being consulted on the progress of Project C, I was told to get a medical checkup by the end of the month, and I had a lot of emails and chats after the meeting.

Even if you prioritize at this point, it may change half a day later.

So what should we do?

A few ideas come to mind.

Some of the processes will be easy to interfere with and some will not, so the hard-to-interfere with each other will be done at the same time.

If you set priorities too tightly, you will be vulnerable to change, so set loose priorities.

If I focus with gusto, I get frustrated when something else interrupts, so I focus gently.

I have no idea which one is better, but I do know that, generally speaking, modern companies are busy heads.