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Henry Ford American innovator entrepreneur and visionary personality of the industrial age in the United States is one of the many industrialists who shaped our modern world or at the very least helped mould it As a pioneer in the production-oriented era of marketing Ford truly understood the economic paradigm in which he helped create as well as shift Moving toward giving the consumer a great product without many options as well as not changing the companys offerings very often truly opened doors for many as well as business consumers of the Ford Motor Company The lack of change within the companys products would also be a hindrance for Ford as well as many personal issues he dealt with also closed many doors for the business According to Jardim Fords success innovation and failures in management can be traced to his roots as well as his early formative years The relationship he had with his mother and the eventual loss of her are tied to his managerial personality as well If one had asked Ford himself he less analytical in general with respect to his success andor failures in the market attributing this all to chance and took very little credit for the work he had done I invented nothing new I simply assembled into a car the discoveries of other menHad I worked 50 or 10 or even five years before I would have failed Ford being a non-analytical man with regard to himself allowed him to make strides against the grain of the society that he was part of This ties-in with the perception of his stubbornness and unwillingness to change in order to expand the Ford Motor Company as well as his issues with the world at large Though some regarded him as a warm comforting man others regarded him as narcissistic Tracing back Fords roots his managerial style will be discussed and linked
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