“Henry Ford saw the tactical advantage in the differentiated form of communal effort and employed it in creating his assembly line system of manufacturing cars. Before Ford, a small team of multi-skilled workers would require a week or two to build a single automobile. Ford organized his shop so that every worker was responsible for only one specialized job. He stationed a large number of these differentiated workers along a single row, the assembly line, and passed the developing car from one specialist to the next. The efficiency of job specialization enabled Ford to produce a new automobile in 90 minutes rather than weeks.”
From:The Biology Of Belief
~ Dr. Bruce H. Lipton
“To specialize is to brush one tooth. When a person specializes he channels all of his energies through one narrow conduit; he knows one thing extremely well and is ignorant of almost everything else.” ― Tom Robbins,
“In an age of specialization people are proud to be able to do one thing well, but if that is all they know about, they are missing out on much else life has to offer.” ~Dennis Flanagan
“Be faithful to that which exists nowhere but in yourself- and thus make yourself indispensable.” ― André Gide
P.S: I have chosen to post today, ideas that may seem diametrically opposite to each other….only because I now understand/realize that nothing is right or wrong…good or bad……everything is just an interesting point of view.
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