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

No morning meeting, no rally

As the company gets older and becomes more organized, there are morning meetings, pep rallies, camps, credo and mission development, multifaceted feedback, and award ceremonies.

In addition, organizational health montages such as 3-month and 6-month commitments and evaluations per organization/individual may be introduced.

Mogic has been in existence for less than ten years, organized and growing in numbers, but has never done them.

Probably not even in the future.

Even if I don't do that, I feel that I can focus on not working overtime, continuing to learn new things, taking time off when I want to, following up automatically around for those who take time off, brushing up on services, keeping costs down, and creating value.

What does organizing bring?

From the management's point of view, the more people you have, the more power you have, but it's easy to fall apart, so you want to make it controllable, and from the worker's point of view, you feel more secure, but you don't feel like you're doing things the way you want to.

As for Mogic, we would like to be organized, but with less controllership, so that each person can think and work autonomously and collaborate as a team.