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Henry Ford (My Life and Work) at Project Gutenberg

Information Technology finds itself in the same position as manufacturing did before Henry Ford revolutionized it with mass production. Henry Ford's revolution was not a physical revolution but a process revolution. The technology that Ford worked with existed, he just used it in a different way. Today IT finds itself in the same position especially in enterprises around the globe. IT requires a process revolution as due to the silo nature in which enterprise's deploy it, it has become deployed in isolated hand crafted instances.
Henry Ford was a master at solving problems. You can read his My Life and Work at Project Gutenberg here.
How would Henry Ford do IT differently?

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