Henry Ford is most famous for founding the Ford Motor Company and developing innovative concepts in manufacturing. Ford conceived and introduced the assembly line as a form of mass production in 1914. His vision was to have skilled, well-paid workers sharing in the production of an affordable vehicle.
The Model T was Ford's most famous early car model. Ford was also a believer in paying a fair wage to keep motivated and loyal workers. Ford constantly came up with new ideas on how to improve the quality of Ford vehicles and the efficiency of their production. His innovation even led him to meet with Thomas Edison about car design.