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


alpine style

There is a mountaineering term called "alpine style".

To quote from Wikipedia.

The term "alpine style" refers to a style of mountaineering in which ultra-high altitudes and large rock faces, such as in the Himalayas, are treated in the same way as in the European Alps.
Alpine style mountaineering is a mountaineering style and term that refers to climbing super-high altitudes and large rock faces such as the Himalayas with the same treatment as in the European Alps.

Unlike the polar method, which involves organizing a large, organized team, after leaving base camp in a small group, we ascend at once and avoid contact with the world below.

This is a style of mountaineering that places the utmost importance on relying only on the strength of the climber and not on equipment, and does not receive assistance from a support team, nor does it use pre-set camps, fixed ropes, or oxygen cylinders.
We do not receive support from a support team.

I think that Mogic's management policy is abstractly this alpine style.

In other words, we should consider the risk and return to the maximum extent possible for the mountain we are climbing (i.e., the project), and finally try it when it comes, reconsider it in the middle, and try it again.

These days are everything.