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

Arguments for simplicity

One thing I've noticed when people outside the company tell me is that we often discuss things here and there. Regardless of your position, whether you're a board member, employee or intern, you're going to give your thoughts on a topic, give your ideas, give your ideas a no-no, expand your rationale, and contribute to the path to a conclusion.

But basically, the ideas you put forth are rarely adopted and buried.

So many thoughts come up that it becomes the norm. You will never feel that your opinion has been ignored or denied.

And every so often, "Have you been wondering something lately? When asked, "Is it true that you don't have so many questions?", I say "No". "Why is there no question? Or so it is said.

We don't take one-sided instructions from someone else, and if there is something that is bothering you, we will ask and answer it thoroughly.

This brings up aspects that the requesting party was not even aware of, and it becomes simpler and simpler.

To simplify things, it seems to be discussed at the beginning.