Mogic considers

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.

Representative Director Yoichi Yamane

January 16, 2020

Quickly, leisurely, and gradually

Cooking is an interesting way to gradually match the rhythms of various cooking styles.

Some are processed as quickly as possible to keep them fresh, some are left in the refrigerator until the flavors have infused, some are simmered overnight, and some are marinated for up to six months.

Some rhythms are short, some are long, and they must be perfectly matched when placed on the table.

In Japanese food, there is also the rhythm of the season of the ingredients, which needs to be taken care of throughout the year. There is a passage that conveys this, so I will write it down.
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Suggestion that one soup and one vegetable is all that is needed
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We look forward to the nourishing flavors of the changing seasons.

It is a bit of an exaggeration to say that only the Japanese and wild birds ...... do not miss the season, but considering the breadth, detail, and depth of the ways to enjoy the season, it is not a lie.

This is especially evident in the division of the season into "firsts," "seconds," and "lasts," and in the sensory perception and awareness of the beginnings and endings of life at the crossroads.

The sensitivity of Japanese food, where everything is in accordance with the seasons, reminds us in the form of emotion that our bodies are connected to nature in an orderly way.
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Company operations are similar, and the flow of time is completely different for each worker and each project.

Time progresses at different paces: the pace at which new graduates who graduated at the end of the Heisei period progress, the pace of those who came out of the countryside and have been working in Tokyo for 10 years and raising children, the pace of projects that have been worked on solidly for more than 5 years, the pace of new businesses being launched, etc.

But that is natural, and I think management should feel such disparate rhythms of time.