Mogic Thinking

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 that process with you in this section.

President Yoichi Yamane

What is the essence, you ask

Why close your eyes in meditation? For the obvious question of

I believe it's to rediscover the importance of the unseen because we are too dependent on what we can see.

What is the essence? For the question of

I believe that the question itself is a guide to change one's own reflexive behavior, caught in the conventional wisdom.

Ask the team questions and find a new way of life in various opinions.


Do not just one job title, but all jobs at the same time

Mogic makes each person perform a variety of roles.

There is no division of duties because you are in charge of marketing or direction.

I always say "double your productivity" and learn as a person while doing several projects "in a day, doing all the tasks at the same time, mille-feuille style".

When you have a lot going on at the same time, sometimes you feel a warped sense of time and space, but it's also a lot of fun.


The cultural sphere of the company

A company is certainly defined by law, but it is a vessel, so it can be run in any direction.

When I thought about what kind of existence a company should have in that kind of freedom, I remembered something written in the book "The Philosophy of Guinness" about a company that makes black beer.

A company must be evaluated by the culture it creates.

So is culture.

Culture is "something that promotes growth" and means "the behaviors and ideas inspired by it".

How noble and high-minded a company is does not appear in its commercials, much less in the mascot it adopts or the slogan it runs on.

The most important indicator is what kind of life the people there are willing to live.


From the 5 Elements of Happiness

Since the company's inception, Mogic has been working to make sure that everyone involved in the company considers each day a full day.

In a research study on happiness in the world there is a book called "The Five Elements of Happiness" by Gallup.

Statistics from the 1950s and over 50 years of surveys in 150 countries are one source of inspiration.

The "Happiness Habit ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&qid=1333553601&sr=8-2

To put it bluntly, I understand that if you don't have all of the five elements - job satisfaction, fulfilling relationships, adequate money, medium- to long-term health, and contribution to the community - you won't be able to create a spiral of happiness, and if you focus too much on any one element, you may start a spiral of unhappiness.

The idea that a company is a platform that brings that balance to an organization is worth implementing.


The company's image from the perspective of a 20-something

I wonder what a dream company or organization would look like from the perspective of someone in their 20s.

There are many companies that make money, companies that have momentum, and companies that are self-actualizing.

If we were to look at it from the latter half of the 21st century to the present, how can we be an organization that is able to coexist and co-prosper for the happiness of the people involved?

It's hard to think about future reality, and some say it's not easy to do there.

I forgot who is the best management

That person should be able to shine in the best career and ability he or she has ever had.

There are people who have defined

I feel it's a great one as an idea.


The basic rules of Mogic

There is something we tell the company Mogic if you are deeply involved in creating a service.

Basically, it means that we should keep each other's promises, be on time, and be frank with each other.

There are various types of contracts, such as part-time, part-time, intern, outsourced, and employee, but they are the same.

We want to make a good one, so the basic rules work solidly.

The company's main office has always been in Shakujii, but branch offices can be located anywhere in the world.

Let's pursue service creation in earnest!