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.
Since the establishment of the company, Mogic has been trying to make each day a fulfilling day for everyone involved.
There is a book by Gallup called "The Five Elements of Happiness" which is a research study on happiness in the world.
The statistical results of a survey conducted in 150 countries over a period of more than 50 years starting in the 1950s is one more source of information.
"The Habit of Happiness
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Roughly speaking, I understand that a spiral of happiness cannot be created unless all five elements - job satisfaction, fulfilling relationships, adequate money, medium- to long-term health, and contribution to the local community - are in place, and that focusing too much on one element can lead to a spiral of unhappiness.
The idea that the company as an organization is a platform to bring about that balance is worth implementing.
I wonder what a dream company or organization would look like from the perspective of someone in their twenties.
There are companies that make money, companies that have momentum, and companies that allow for self-realization.
If we were to look at the current situation from the latter half of the 21st century, how can we be an organization that can coexist and prosper, wishing for the happiness of everyone involved?
They say that it is difficult to think about the reality of the future and that it is hard to do so there.
I don't remember who, but the best management is
"The person should be able to see that they are now shining with the best career and abilities they have ever had.
Some people have defined it as
That is one idea that I feel is a great one.