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.
Lately, I have been hearing a lot of "that's the way our culture is" or "that's the way we're going to do it" within the company.
For example, just because you have a certain job title doesn't mean you only do that job.
Although I'm an engineer, it's normal for me to direct and comment on designs, create surprises in the event management department, advise on pricing strategies, participate in marketing events, and comment on profit margins.
One of our policies is to enjoy plenty of today, so it seems to be the culture that it's not fun to get caught up in the job title and reduce our options.
Looking back, I found the following in an article I posted five years ago.
The cultural sphere of the company 2012.05.28
Although a company is defined by law, it is a vessel and can be run in any direction.
When I thought about what kind of existence a company should have in the midst of that kind of freedom, I suddenly remembered what was written in the book "The Guinness Philosophy" by a company that makes black beer.
A company must be evaluated on the basis of the culture it creates.
Yes, culture. Culture is "that which promotes growth" and "the behavior and thinking inspired by it.
How noble and high-minded a company is does not appear in its commercials, or even in the mascot it adopts or the slogan it adopts.
The most important indicator is what kind of life the people belonging to it are willing to lead.
I feel that this is starting to bear some fruit.