With the combination of a small number of people + software + servers and robots
We are promoting a new era of company management.
We hope to share part of this process with you in this corner.
March 06, 2018
D.I.Y. is a Sunday carpentry term, and to quote from Wikipedia
DIY is the activity of building, repairing, or decorating something by oneself (i.e., using one's own body), rather than paying someone (a contractor) to do it.
DIY is various activities based on the philosophy of "do-it-yourself".
This is often done in Mogic.
For example, we buy coffee beans and drink them in an espresso machine, but we get tired of that, so we buy green beans, roast them ourselves, make them in espresso pods, and use warm milk as a foam to make cappuccinos, or enjoy your favorite blend of beans and roasting conditions from different regions. We will also enjoy blending your favorite blend of beans from different regions and roastings.
Also, the floor tiles were getting old, so we removed them ourselves, bought a large quantity of tiles, cut them and put them on to create a mosaic.
The door has a different feel, and it is painted over.
It's similar in the corporate world. If the meeting progress becomes boring or uninteresting, we keep adding customizations, and we can even keep the minutes in real time.
If writing notes of phone calls received becomes a chore, web tools can be created, and if an idea for a web service comes to mind, it can be quickly tried out or added to past ones.
Depending on the project, project management can vary from a very slow pace to a fast-paced, driven project, and project management can change rapidly to make it easier for each individual person in charge.
Even in hard business fields such as strategy and marketing, existing frames are difficult to use, so various improvements can be made to make them completely different.
I believe that the culture of the company is the margin in which we can enjoy this.
Although it is not food, Mogic emphasizes local production for local consumption in the management of the company.
To put a finer point on it, we ask a local Ishigami design company to design our brochures, we ask a nearby construction company to do our interior work, we ask local people to do most of what we can do for our accounting firm, our law firm, and our birthday cakes.
Then, strangely enough, you get to know each other and become friends.
We are in the midst of greeting the landlord of the office, the electrician who comes to do the electrical work, and the people from the nearby English conversation class who allowed us to participate in the Halloween procession with their children.
Today I went to a Chinese restaurant that I know well and was served sesame dumplings as a service because it was crowded and I was sorry.
This kind of loose network is the atmosphere of running a business in Ishigami.