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

The greatest education is to speak dimly once a week

Are you working? This is a title that may be said, but this is true.

For a long time now, I've been working with people who have joined the company from high school students to people in their 60s and up, and the timing varies, but I've set aside an hour once a week to talk idly.

There is no specific topic. I ask them to tell me a story or issue that caught their attention at the time, and I use that as a starting point to expand the conversation.

Typically, there are subjects such as feedback MTGs, supervisor-subordinate interviews, or discussions with mentors, but we don't want any of that rigidness.

Some of the things that have come up in the past are really disparate, such as "Why doesn't fire move, but people's hearts move?" or "What does it mean to make money?" or "Why do you never stop worrying?

I think the most important thing is what the person I'm talking to is "right now" and "what I'm really feeling," so I play with that, developing the story from various angles, whether it's this way or that.

But it's strange because somehow it's often the most memorable one day.