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Bottom-up Framework?
Ricardo Henrique Vaz Claudio, Manager, Brazil, Member
My point-of-view of the Bottom-up Approach is that there must be some kind of framework to bring to the discussion what decisions make sense or not.
So, when you have something to change or enhance, you need to scratch this up into a cost x benefit analysis and an idea sketch, as a presentation, movie or draw. And, of course, a cost reduction or/either a revenue increase onto a spreadsheet to support your idea....Sign up
 

 
Framing a Bottom-up Approach
Jaap de Jonge, CEO, Netherlands, Editor
Thanks Ricardo for your interesting topic. Do you mean to say that to make a bottom-up approach feasible or more useful, you have to "frame" and agree...Sign up
 

 
Costs, Revenues, and Much More
Brett E Holdeman, Student (University), United States, SIG Leader
You're right, Ricardo, in all you stated! Also, or in addition to the cost reductions and/or revenue increases, other factors can be weighed - such as...Sign up
 

 
Top Down and Bottom Up Approach
Farhan, HR Consultant, Netherlands, Member
Hello everyone I have a query about building a new HR department for a city with a population of 1 million. I am working in a waste management company...Sign up
 

 
Top Down versus Bottom Up
Brett E Holdeman, Student (University), United States, SIG Leader
I am not an HR professional, but have taken courses toward that end, Farhan. I think talking to both the top leaders and rank-and-file employees in wh...Sign up
 

 
 


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