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


Company grammar in a bedroom community

The flip side of the story about the large number of housewives in the 1950s is the fact that most corporate organizations were dominated by men.

The company culture created at that time would naturally be a grammar = company culture created to help working men work harder.

They have been handed down from generation to generation in companies with a long history, and are now coming to terms with the discrepancy between them and the diversification of the workforce.

I think this is reflected in the recent discussions on childcare leave, shorter working hours, and the reform of work styles.

The company, Mogic, was founded in 2009 and its office is located in the bedroom community of Shakujii, which makes the company's staffing structure close to that of the local community.

The age range is from 19 to over 65, some are students, some are single, some are mothers and fathers raising children, some are caregivers, some are taking care of their grandchildren, and most are international students.

The grammar of a company created from such a background is still fundamentally different from the grammar of working men alone.

Something unspoken was created to lean on the workers in the community before the rules were made explicit in the work rules.

The various events and rules that don't seem like a company are apparently rationalized to accommodate the diversification of the workforce.