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How the Bottom-up Approach Can Be Abused
Chouaibou Njankouo, Business Consultant, Cameroon, Member
No illusion may be given to employees as a strategy to hide what is in reality autocratic management. (...) Read more? Sign up for free
 

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Bottom-Up or Belly-Up
Brett E Holdeman, Student (University), United States, Member
That is where the bottom-up approach benefits organizations most - enabling change after gaining the differing perspectives. And if autocrats are given notice that theirs is not to the liking of the majority, they can either listen and make beneficial changes, or face high turnover, increased costs for hiring and training, and a hit to the bottom line.
Live, and learn, or fade away as market share is lost and the firm becomes irrelevant...
 

         
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