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

Profiling the Business

Many people think of criminal psychology when they think of profiling, but in general terms, it can be described as a method of determining the characteristics of people who behave based on the results of exhaustive analysis.

What is profiling a business?

A business is the flow of selling services or goods to someone in the future that is still invisible.

What if "someone in the future that we can't yet see" could be 100% predicted at this point in time?

It makes it so much easier to do business.

But of course, 100% is not predictable.

However, if you ask someone who can see the future only 10% of the time or someone who can see the future only 30% of the time, which one would be more advantageous, the latter.

So how does the difference between 10% and 30% come about?

And is it possible to make such a difference in business? And ask the question.

Perhaps what makes the difference is an awareness of whether or not "ordinary people think like they can see what they cannot see," and I believe that it is possible to practice teamwork in business.


Think of a place where you will want to learn on your own before the training

As we've added more members within the company over the past year, I've been thinking about teamwork and education.

It has also become an important issue for companies providing e-learning systems.

One important question is when do people most want to learn on their own? This is what it means.

Even if the training curriculum is rich and advanced, it is useless if the learners are not "prepared" for it.

The image of training as a boring class is often prevalent, and it is possible that you are just taking a course without that "preparation".

First, it is easier to create a desire to learn and a sense of challenge when you are placed in a new environment that is new to you.

For example, if you've been in charge of accounting for many years and recently started working in human resources, you'll still have to catch up somehow.

The same is true when you enter your thirties and go from a player to a management position.

So, it becomes necessary to design a change in the environment to make people want to learn spontaneously before education.

If education is to be rooted in the company in the medium to long term, I believe it is important to create a repositioning = formal, informal change in the environment.