Choice Is the New Black

July 30, 2018

Choice Is the New Black

A lot has changed since Henry Ford said, “Any customer can have a car painted any color that he wants as long as it’s black.” As organizations evolve their cultures to meet new employee needs, they want products that are unique. Today, choice is the new black. Lots of choice.

But, is it possible for mass-scale manufacturing to create the goods consumers and organizations are seeking? We think so. In large part because we are learning how to behave like crafters—on a large scale.

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