Ok, it seems to me that changing most training parameters (e.g. #reps, rest time between sets, etc.) will either improve strength or hypertrophy, but usually not both. So if you reduce rest time between sets, holding all else constant, that should improve hypertrophy, but at the expense of building strength.
The one exception seems to be pausing at the bottom of a lift. I would agree that this mainly builds strength, but if you increase pause time at the bottom, you a) increase time under tension (assuming you stay thight at the bottom, and not relax your muscles (e.g. if you sit comfortably back in a box squat), and b) force you to use your muscles rather than the stretch reflex. This should result in hypertrophy, I would think.
Are there any other training parameters that one could change to achieve greater strength and hypertrophy? I know, it sounds like having your cake and eating it too, but the cost can be high: pausing at the bottom of most lifts can be brutal.