The business textbooks are rightfully kind to Henry Ford – kinder certainly than to his only recognised son, Edsel Ford, after whom the least successful automobile in the company’s long and proud history was named. Ford Snr rightly garners much credit for the democratisation of the motor car, propelling it from aspirational to attainable in a generation through efficient production processes and widespread availability via innovative franchising models.
Despite imparting much wisdom over his decades in leadership, he is most commonly remembered for two memorable quotes.
The first one – “You can have it in any colour you want, as long as …read more
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