With a combination of a small number of people + software + servers and robots
We are moving forward with a new era of company management.
I hope to share some of that process with you in this section.
November 21, 2019
It may sound a bit strange, but one of the best ways to make friends with people from different countries when you go abroad is to do the "Origami ORIGAMI," which is very Japanese.
Origami is highly recognized, and when they start making it, they are interested in it in an "ah, that's it" kind of way.
However, many people know vines and balloons, so it is usually appreciated if you write the person's name in Chinese characters on the completed origami as an added bonus.
While making origami, I always feel that this is what is creating "value" and "the ability to organize information.
The material for origami is a sheet of plain paper.
It is everywhere in the world. And pens are everywhere.
From something that everyone thinks "exists" everywhere, in a few dozen seconds, the Japanese worldview of vines and the unfamiliarity of your name in kanji are created in the other person's mind.
There is a moment when something too common and too familiar that "wasn't there" becomes "there".
The process of creating new value from commonplace objects provides hints for gaining insight from the vast amount of commonplace information on the Internet.
Perhaps the framework of perception of "vast and mundane information" itself is different, and I don't see a way to fold mundane information into value, and even more troubling, it seems to be uncertain and ever-changing.