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.
The other day, a project manager in our company said to me, "We used to think that we wanted better ideas from engineers and designers," but I think it was actually not true, and that the reason was that we had not prepared a canvas that they would naturally want to paint on.
Creating services is a difficult task.
If you add a lot of common features, you will eventually reach saturation.
Rather than being saturated with functions, the thought processes of project members become saturated.
It's a sense of stagnation, like "I can't add any more features.
However, I think this is a self-serving illusion, and since creativity is about creating new perspectives out of limited situations, the problem is more with project members who don't notice that these perspectives are decreasing.
I think it is a good team that realizes this limitation within the project and can change direction significantly.