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

January 11, 2017

The greatest education is to speak vaguely once a week.

Are you working? This is a title that might make you say, "I'm working," but it is true.

For a long time, we have had an hour once a week to talk vaguely with those who have joined us, from high school students to those in their 60s and older, although the timing has been back and forth.

There is no specific theme. We ask the participants to talk about topics or issues that caught their attention at the time, and then expand the conversation from there.

Generally, there are subjects such as feedback MTGs, interviews between supervisors and subordinates, or discussions with mentors, but we are not looking for any such rigidness.

As for the stories that have come up in the past, they really vary from "Why is it that fire does not shift, but people's hearts do?" to "What does it mean to make money?" to "Why is it that we never run out of problems?

I think the most important thing is what the person you are talking to is "feeling urgently" at the moment, so I play around with various angles of the conversation.

But for some reason, it is strange that it is often the most memorable experience of any given day.