Mogic thinks

With 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.

Representative Director Yoichi Yamane


Recommendations for Ultra Light Companies

There are two styles that walkers are familiar with: long trail and ultra light.

The long trail is a kind of walking trip originated in the U.S. It is a long way to go without strenuous load like mountain climbing.

You can eat delicious food along the way, admire the scenery, or just walk in silence.

Ultra-light is a term used to describe lightweight equipment and gear, and recent technological developments have made it possible for us to be extremely light.

Establishing and running a company is a long road.

I thought it would be better to lighten our gear to the limit, choose our own path, and enjoy stopping and going.

That is the recommendation of the Ultra Light Company.

By reviewing all the common sense that is generally required to run a company, we reduce the weight to the utmost limit, and spend our days talking and reviewing, choosing the solutions to the world's problems that we want to contribute to.

We are conscious of our limited resources and limited time, and we are working on it.


An atmosphere of no overtime, to say the least.

Mogic's regular time is 7:00 p.m. By the time 7:05 p.m. rolls around, the place is half empty.

More than half of the employees commute to work by bicycle or on foot, so you might expect them to linger at the office and talk, but instead they go home so quickly and gracefully.

Then, before 7:30 p.m., there will be no one left.

Sometimes people are doing something until before 20:00, but it's hard because I have to check the door lock of everything from the fourth floor to the first basement floor by myself.

Therefore, it is better to go home together when everyone else is about to go home, so the atmosphere becomes one of "let's go home early.

We have been able to prohibit overtime work since the company was first established, and this has not changed even now that we have more people and much more work to do.

I think that's our style.


Who will bear the cost of education after graduation?

In Japan, everyone has access to education until they finish school.

However, I wonder who bears the cost of education for students to live successfully in society after they graduate from school.

Is it a company or an individual?

Recent global survey reports show that there is a huge divide between companies who say there is a shortage of the people they want, and students who cannot find jobs at the companies and positions they want.

In short, I wonder if the cost of education to become the kind of human resources that companies are looking for should be borne by the company or by the individual.

Our hypothesis is that if the current cost of education is reduced to half or 1/3 of what it is now, companies and individuals will be more willing to bear the burden.

I believe that one of the roots of the problem of accepting more and more refugees into Europe is tied to how well they are educated in languages and jobs.

The investment activity of education, which will become even more important in the future, needs to be examined from all angles.