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Do Now: Match column A with column B – . Andrew Carnegie John D Rockefeller Thomas Edison Alexander Graham Bell Cornelius Vanderbilt Monopoly. Oil baron Invented the telephone Founded General Electric Made money in transportation and construction Steel industry

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do now match column a with column b
Do Now: Match column A with column B –
  • Andrew Carnegie
  • John D Rockefeller
  • Thomas Edison
  • Alexander Graham Bell
  • Cornelius Vanderbilt
  • Monopoly
  • Oil baron
  • Invented the telephone
  • Founded General Electric
  • Made money in transportation and construction
  • Steel industry
  • When a person or company controls all aspects of a market
assembly line
Assembly line

ASSEMBLY LINE - Process in which parts are added to a product in sequential order using optimally planned logistics to create a finished product much faster than with handcrafting-type methods

INTERCHANGEABLE PARTS – parts that are essentially identical which makes for easy assembly and repair (the candy)

http://www.history.com/videos/history-of-the-holidays-the-story-of-labor-day#history-of-the-holidays-the-story-of-labor-day

henry ford
Henry Ford

http://www.history.com/shows/america-the-story-of-us/videos/henry-ford-and-the-model-t#henry-ford-and-the-model-t

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Henry Ford
  • Innovated “mass production”
    • Division of labor
    • Use of unskilled labor
    • Interchangeable parts
    • Assembly lines
  • Known for treating employers better than most
  • The Model T car
big business recap
Big Business Recap

One of the founders of US Steel

Andrew Carnegie

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Big Business Recap
  • Made fortune through transportation and building
  • Vanderbilt
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Big Business Recap

First billionaire in the world

Created a monopoly by controlling all aspects of oil production and distribution

John D Rockefeller

student activity
Student Activity
  • Create an assembly line to create seasonal product (pot at the end of the rainbow)
  • Each row represents an assembly line
  • You will have 5 minutes to plan your logistical strategy with your factory workers
  • Each time an item drops off of you desk, it constitutes an “accident” and you have a ten second delay