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kamran, Student (University), Germany
I guess sometimes man must change his view to the company; not always looking and , but sometimes explore a as well. This allows one to find out more things in your company than you would ever find out otherwise. (...) Read more? Sign up for free

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Dear Mr. Kamran, your comment deserves a reply. Why not think in terms of a methodolgy that incorporates both meanings: top-down bottom-up?

 
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