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

Alpine Style

A mountaineering term is "alpine style".

To quote from Wikipedia

Alpine style mountaineering is a term referring to the style of mountaineering that refers to climbing very high altitudes and large rock walls, such as the Himalayas, with the same treatment as in the European Alps.

Unlike the Polar Method, which is performed by organizing large, organized teams, a small group of people leave the base camp and climb at once, avoiding contact with the world below.

It is a style of mountain climbing that does not rely on equipment and relies only on the power of the climber, with no support from the support team, no pre-set camps, no fixed ropes, no oxygen tanks, etc.
It is a style of climbing that relies solely on the power of the climber and not on equipment.

I think Mogic's operating philosophy is, in the abstract, this alpine style.

In other words, for a mountain you climb, you take the risk/reward to the maximum extent possible for the project, and in the end, you try when the time comes, rethink it, and try again.

These days are everything.