Definition: the Bottom-up Approach is a democratic and consultative style of decision making, organizational change and leadership, in which employee participation is promoted at all levels the organization.
Obviously big plus-es of the employee participation in the BuA are good employee motivation and employee ownership.
A disadvantage is that the decision making process can be time-consuming, although this can be compensated by smooth implementation after the decision has been made.
Opposite of top-down approach.
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