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


No morning meeting, no rally.

After a company has been in existence for a certain number of years and has become more organized, there are a number of things that can be done, such as morning meetings, kick-off meetings, training camps, credo and mission development, multifaceted feedback, and award ceremonies.

In addition, a moniker for organizational health may be introduced, such as a 3 or 6 month commitment and evaluation for each organization/individual.

Mogic has been in existence for less than 10 years, is organized, and has a growing number of people, but we have never done any of those things.

Probably not in the future either.

Without it, I feel that I am able to focus on creating value, not working overtime, continuing to learn new things, taking time off when I want to, automatically following up around for those who have taken time off, brushing up on services, and keeping costs down.

What are the consequences of organizing?

From the point of view of those who manage, the more people there are, the more power they have, but the more easily they fall apart, so they want to make it controllable.

As for Mogic, I hope that while we are organized, we can reduce the number of controllable parts and allow each individual to think autonomously and work together as a team.