overorganize

overorganize

(ˌəʊvərˈɔːɡəˌnaɪz) or

overorganise

vb (tr)
to organize excessively
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He said that physical education would be more fun if adults did not overorganize sports and minimized attention on outcomes until kids entered their teens.
Physical education would be more fun, he said, if adults did not overorganize sports and waited until kids entered their teens before focusing on outcomes.
"No doubt," she writes, "these issues and institutions of intimacy will continue to be central to the disposition of national life, but as separate entities they should no longer overorganize the terms of public discussion about power, ethics, and the nation" (8).