We are using 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 the process in this section.
I wanted to give it the enigmatic title of "Strategic Skin Feelings," so I wrote it with some difficulty, but...
I think it would be strong if all members of a company understand where to attack and where not to attack, what to do, and how to respond and move when there is a change.
I feel that if we don't have an environment where each of us thinks about what our themes should be and what we should try on a daily basis, and if we don't accept failure, it will not grow.
Do that! Do this! is very effective in the short term, but in situations where the conventional rules don't apply, people get flustered and get stuck.
In terms of the basics of business strategy, there is a principle that you can win the competition by setting a focus on something and digging into it, which gives you a sense of speed, and by breaking through to a single point.
However, it is hard to explain why focusing on a single point is really the reason for speed and competitiveness.
I sometimes think that by focusing on one point, I run the risk of stopping to think, and that by focusing, I will take the greatest damage when the field of battle shifts.
I think it would be great if we could get a sense of speed without having to set the focus, because it would be a good place to start.