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


Office and Field Workers

Mogic has a department called Basic Education that specializes in in-house education.

As you can see from the name "Basic," we are helping to build basic strength.

From new part-timers and interns to new hires, we support those who are not used to working with IT or thinking for themselves.

Each individual has a different personality, background, and situation, so the first step is to interview, observe, and analyze the situation.

Then, when we gradually understand the issues, we will offer a combination of workshops and group work that have worked well in the past.

Sometimes we develop completely new methods.

In the past, there was also group work training such as coffee roasting and pastry making.

The only thing to be careful of is proper involvement, not too one-sided or too frequent.

I'm just supporting him sometimes so that he can work in his own way in the Mogic field.

I thought that if I were in charge of education within the department, it might be too emotional, and if I were in charge of human resources, it might be too tied to evaluation, so I decided to use a different department with no interest.

I have been talking to the Basic Education staff every week for over two years now, and strangely enough, the discussions never stop.