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|There is a vast technical literature available for the expert or the enthusiast and there are 20,000 Model Ts still on the road. This book provides a concise and fresh look at the design one hundred years later.|
|(Similar to Henry Ford and his Model-T: “People can have the Model T in any |
color — as long as it's black.”) Technically, the border color can be the same
color as the surrounding text color, so you could control the border color with the
|I'll try to make an arrangement with the buyer so that I can take people through it |
from time to time. ... Cool Platinum—a builder's version of Henry Ford's famous
pronouncement that Model T buyers could have any color “as long as it's black.
|When only vertically integrated firms competed, it was hard for any single unit of a |
firm to know how it was doing. ... reducing the cost of large-scale production (as
Henry Ford is famously reported to have said, “People can have the Model T in
any color they want so long as it is black”). ... In the s and s, new
technologies of manufacturing—such as the use of computer numerically
|Phrases such as “it's not in the budget,” “that's out of policy,” “it does not conform |
to our standards,” “you need approval ... How often do you hear people complain
that excessive rules and policies hamper their freedom, flexibility, and creativity?
... in Russia, Henry announced that from that point on his eponymous car
company would build only one model, the Model T. He went on to famously say
that, “Any customer can have a car painted any color that he wants so long as it is
|... the director of the uncompromisingly non-commercial Singapore International |
Film Festival, laments how culture is pitched in Singapore: People are taught to
link the idea ... At the height of the Model T automobile's commercial popularity in
the 1920s, its manufacturer, Henry Ford, was said to have declared, “You can
paint it any color so long as it's black,” since black paint took the shortest time to
|... wants the clients to be like Henry Ford's Model T customers who were free to |
choose any color so long as it was black. ... If the higher-up of‹cials identi‹ed with
an old Of‹cial View have retired,3 then perhaps a new view can be announced ...
But there can be no publicly aired debate within the agency on its Of‹cial Views.
|on the organization or agency involved in knowledge-based development |
assistance.34 How can such an agency function as a ... As with the dogmas of a
church, the brand name of the organization is invested in its views. Once an "
Official Agency View" has been announced (substitute for "Agency" the name of
the relevant development ... [Kanbur and Vines 2000, 101] The clients are like
Henry Ford's Model T customers who were free to choose any color so long as it
|target market A group of people or organizations for which an organization |
designs, implements, and maintains a marketing mix intended to meet the ... So
far this chapter has focused on the market segmentation process, which is only
the first step in deciding whom to approach about buying a product. ... Henry
Ford's famous comment about the Model T is a classic example of an
undifferentiated targeting strategy: “They can have their car in any color they want
, as long as it's black.
|... are important to us is what helps us to really like some people that we already |
love. It's kind of like that old story about Henry Ford's remarks on the production of
his 'model T'. “The public can have any color car they want as long as it's black.