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.
Lately, I've been hearing a lot of "that's our culture" and "that's the way we do things" within the company.
For example, you don't just do one job, you do many things.
I'm an engineer, but directing and complaining about design is commonplace, as is creating surprises in the event management department, advising on pricing strategies, participating in marketing events, and commenting on profit margins.
One policy is to have plenty of fun today, so the culture seems to be that it's not fun to get caught up in the occupation and reduce your options.
Looking back, there was an article I posted five years ago that went something like this
The Culture of the Company
Company as a Cultural Sphere 2012.05.28
A company is certainly defined by law, but it is a vessel, so it can be run in any direction.
When I thought about what kind of existence a company should have in that kind of freedom, I remembered something written in the book "The Philosophy of Guinness" about a company that makes black beer.
A company must be evaluated by the culture it creates.
Yes, culture. Culture is "that which promotes growth" and means "the behaviors and ideas inspired by it".
How noble and high-minded a company is does not appear in its commercials, much less in the mascot it adopts or the slogan it runs on.
The most important indicator is what kind of life the people there are willing to live.
I feel that this is starting to pay off a bit.