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

Inventing the New

I can see how things get old over time.

T-shirts start to fade, the water heater breaks down and stops working, and the toner in the printer starts to fade.

However, unlike objects, it is difficult to judge whether our way of thinking itself is getting old or new.

Whether the idea is old-fashioned or not will also depend on what you subjectively base it on.

In this section, we will measure oldness only in terms of "effectiveness".

An example that is easy for working people to understand is learning to speak English.

More than ten years ago, there were only a few ways to learn English.

Do you want to learn from books, listen to CDs or the radio, go to classes, watch DVDs, or make friends who speak English?

Nowadays, with the spread of technology, there are more options than ever before, including Youtube, foreign news sites, video services such as Netflix, online English conversation, pronunciation evaluation applications, and automatic translation for online meetings.

If the same person invested the same amount of time in learning, he or she would learn more "effectively" with a combination of current options than a decade ago.

In that respect, there is room for new ways of thinking about learning English.

Things seem to be continuously connected from new to old, but in my way of thinking, I feel that we need to invent newness itself.