The earliest-known draft of the King James Bible offers clues to understanding how the volume was put together.
Source: Oldest King James Bible draft discovered: Did translators work alone? – CSMonitor.com
The researcher raises questions about whether the translators worked on teams or as individuals. The notes likely indicate that both happened. One can easily imagine individuals doing research independently and then sharing it with the group. That is still common practice today since most translations are prepared by editorial committees.
This is an award winning site for one of the current, more widely used English Bible translation, which in recent years became controversial because it adopted inclusive language for its latest edition. (Instead of distinguishing “he” and “she” as often happens in the Hebrew or Greek, they chose to make passages gender neutral.) Owners of the NIV would not allow publishers to continue using earlier editions if they did not agree with the inclusive language approach.
NIV Bible / New International Version Bible NIV Bible.
This summary also links to an extensive review. This critical edition of the KJV is thoroughly annotated. Looks like a very helpful edition of the most influential English book ever published.
Review of Biblical Literature.