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

A thin layer of paint

Mogic is laid back, perhaps because of the location of Shakujii Park.

The reason why I'm taking it easy is because when you start something, you start out with something shabby, and then you tinker with it for a year, and then you take two years, three years, four years, and more than four years to make it a full-fledged thing.

So don't be afraid to try to make something perfect from the start.

Sometimes it may be better to be fussy, but sometimes it's difficult because members are more interested in enjoying a laid-back life.

The company that started with one person gradually grew in number, and at some point we started having management meetings to discuss the entire company.

This conference is now likely to exceed 200 times.

The regular meetings of the e-learning system LearnO have probably exceeded 300 times.

This is the fifth evening meeting to talk with local people in falafel, the fifth year for the woodworking club to make equipment for the company, the second year for roasting coffee beans, and so on.

All the while, we continue to make steady progress.

Even the smallest amount of progress is good enough to move forward.

I sometimes think that hiring, training, service, work environment, and everything else is a real competitive advantage to be spread a little bit thinner and thinner every week.