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.
When you work in a company and subtract the prerequisites of "making money", you think about what's left.
Capitalism is so self-evident that if you choose the stance of "belonging to a corporation" you will make sales and make a profit.
That's why you run a company or work at a company first.
However, when I think of spending more than seven hours a day working, I feel that fulfilling something other than "making money" is important for mental balance, if a little greedy.
People have different expectations for their future selves.
From a different angle, a question I often get from interns is, "How can I insure myself for future work?
The risk of limiting yourself to one profession, the risk of not doing the work you want to do, the risk of working long hours, the risk of being transferred, the risk of being a bad boss, the risk of not being able to start a business.
Ideally, it would be nice to have an option to avoid them.
Whether there are really options or not is another debate, but I also feel like there is too much anxiety ahead.
Anxiety is born, expectations turn to expectations, worries increase, and hopes swell.
As the seasons go by, it's also ideal as the years of work increase.