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


I'm arguing for simplicity.

One thing I noticed when I was told by an outsider was that we often have discussions all over the place. Regardless of their position, whether they are executives, employees, or interns, they come up with ideas on the theme, give it a bad name, expand the rationale, and contribute to the path to the conclusion.

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

So many ideas come up that it becomes the norm. You will never feel that your opinions are ignored or denied.

And every time I was asked, "Have you had any questions lately? If you say "no," they will ask, "Is it true that you don't have that many questions? If I say, "No," they say, "Are you sure you don't have that many questions? If I say "no," I am sometimes asked, "Is it true that you don't have so many questions?

We do not receive one-sided instructions from anyone, but rather ask and answer questions thoroughly if there is anything that concerns us.

In this way, aspects that the requesting party was not aware of will come to light, and the process will become simpler and simpler.

To keep things simple, they seem to be the first to discuss it.