William Morris was a bicycle manufacturer, but after noticing the increasing demand for automobiles, moved to creating automobiles. After seeing Ford and their innovations in the assembly process, Morris reorganized their manufacturing process into an assembly line, thus allowing them to manufacture more with the same size work force.
Tammy Erickson talks about Morris Motors and the other business changes that came about as a result of the assembly line in her video blog this week . . .
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