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.
Due to the risk of coronavirus infection, some of our members work remotely (from home).
About a month after I started remote work, I interviewed people to find out what they wanted most from me.
When I started remote work in the first place, I made preparations based on three axes.
The first is to improve the physical environment, the second is to redesign the work flow, and the third is to take care of the mental health.
At that time, the members of the team predicted what would happen in a month's time, and it was that the physical environment would be almost cleared, but there would still be some issues in the work flow, and the mentality would tend to be depressed.
The results were an extension of my expectations, but I realized that I needed to be more mentally sensitive and complex in my thoughts.
It wasn't just that I was depressed because I was worried about the future, but in addition to vague concerns about the macroeconomic situation and overseas circumstances, I felt as if I was beginning to lack and seek "something" that would help me grow while working comfortably.
Perhaps that's why remote workers are naturally starting to add their own touches to their style.
I tried dressing up in the morning and going to the computer in a kimono, made tai-meshi (sea bream rice) in an earthenware pot for lunch, and thought about things while carrying a young child on my back.
However, that doesn't fill the gap, so I think the expression is vaguely, "I want a sense of buzz.
The sense of buzzing seems to have a variety of connotations, like wanting to watch and copy a bit of the senior staff's work, eavesdrop on a discussion of a new project, show off a bit of your own personal material, or participate in a bit of a spur-of-the-moment cake baking event.
It seems that there are hints of the joy of working, food for growth, and new ideas in the ambiguities of this area, so I'm going to talk about it some more.