overplanning

overplanning

(ˌəʊvəˈplænɪŋ)
n
the act or instance of planning excessively
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IANS New Delhi Delhi Capitals star Rishabh Pant might have played a stellar role on Sunday to win them the opening game against Mumbai Indians at the Wankhede Stadium, but Chennai Super Kings coach Stephen Fleming made it clear that overplanning keeping one player in mind wouldnt help the team.
This does away with the 'overplanning' that most of us are guilty of.
While overplanning for video shoots is never a bad idea, most of us simply don't have that luxury.
This candidate productively describes the tension between overplanning and underplanning and states, "I often don't get through everything I want to in my math lessons" and "I struggle with wanting to plan many activities." This narration is focused on a pedagogical concern.
I think we are in danger of overplanning. First, life isn't that neat; second, we create a model of effect that is unrealistic; and, third, our business has become faster and more opportunistic, which calls for fleetness of foot.
For example, the concept of "overplanning" (McCrea & Brasseur, 2003), a topic of one clinic exercise, has been adopted by the student clinicians as a necessary component of diagnostic preparation.
"Don't you think you're overplanning? It's just a drink.
Recalling Industrial Dynamics by Jay Forrester in 1961, the use of all the spares of a given item is interpreted on the unit level as underplanning, and the remedy is overplanning. If ten spares are used, the call goes out for a hundred replacements so the item will never again be out of stock.
Extensive preplanning and rigid overplanning should be avoided.
Granted, the catastrophic results of overplanning and overcentralizing of labor in the former communist countries have proven just that.
Shortages of consumer goods, poor quality industrial goods, backward technology, a bloated bureaucracy, overcentralization, and overplanning plagued the economy (Aganbegyan 1987, 89-94; Shmelyov [1988] 1989, 78-84).