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

2020.11.10

Intuition about the company

It has become common to do fitness and workout and take detailed data with body composition scales.

You can see not only the overall body fat, but also the variation in individual numbers such as right arm or left leg, which makes it easier to make your next plan.

Even if you don't lose weight, if you find that you gain muscle mass and lose fat mass, it will help you manage your health in the long term.

A company, just like a body, can take detailed data and analyze it.

From trial balance and financial statements (income statement, balance sheet, and cash flow statement), to KPIs set according to the characteristics of each business or division, capital efficiency and burn rate related to leverage, and valuations related to corporate value.

There are many of them, and you can choose and combine them as you like. You can use the combined indicators as a benchmark to manage your company's health.

However, there is a limit to how much we can look at a company from the same perspective as a person.

The reason is simple: a person can only grow to a certain size, whereas a company can get bigger and bigger.

When you have one worker, ten workers, thirty workers, one hundred workers, and one thousand workers, you need a completely different perspective and a different combination of data for each.

Or when you have one, ten, a hundred, a thousand clients... The same applies.

It is quite common to use the same indicators and stance as before and find yourself in a strange situation.

So what do we do? We want to keep the place comfortable for ourselves, so we need to discontinuously change the way we run the company.

In order to maintain an environment where ideas can be tested and discussions can be held with mutual trust, systems, and methods of communication will be replaced in a jiffy.

The design and timing of these areas cannot be made from numerical indicators that can be seen continuously, so we will have to follow our intuition.