suboptimize

suboptimize

(sʌbˈɒptɪˌmaɪz) or

suboptimise

vb (tr)
to use in a way that is less than optimal
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Requests of OP that seek to unfairly give advantage to an individual, specific organizations, or subset(s) of our community are not reflective of a servant's heart and often times suboptimize the greater good of our community and are not in keeping with doing what is honorable.
Parsing the supply chain to optimize certain trade lanes or relationships with certain carriers can suboptimize the global supply chain.
Different challenges demand different strategies (even HR strategies), or else we suboptimize our impact and lose credibility as business people.
He held that because of the shift of responsibilities to OSD and the Joint Staff, their spans of control had so broadened as to suboptimize the entire Defense Department.
The Republicans will suboptimize just to try to get the Democrats stuff off.
Absent the ability to have a holistic view, decisions are made that suboptimize the full value of that hard-earned relationship.
Without researchers and practitioners embracing both fields in an integrated, synergistic way, I fear that we will suboptimize in terms of moving both fields forward.
In fact, it might be argued that the primary reason for SCM is to ensure that functional areas do not suboptimize the flows.
While smaller Coalition partners tend to free-ride and suboptimize contributions to collective action, the overall solidarity of the Coalition serves the higher interest of the United States.
Likewise, other studies have shown how nonaligned metrics suboptimize, or undermine, the desired enterprise-level performance for some weapon systems.
Family firms that fail to develop their capacity to confirm identities may suboptimize on these relational dimensions that would otherwise strengthen and differentiate them from nonfamily businesses.