1. Stockholding & Investments
describing investment on individual potential independent of trends used to describe an approach to investing that seeks to identify individual companies that are fundamentally sound and whose stock will perform well regardless of general economic or industry-group trends
2. General Management
involving employee participation at all levels used to describe a consultative leadership style that promotes employee participation at all levels in decision making and problem solving. A bottom-up approach to leadership is associated with flat organizations and the empowerment of employees. It can encourage creativity and flexibility.
Related definitions of "bottom-up approach"
- See also top-down approach