targetitis

targetitis

(ˌtɑːɡɪtˈaɪtɪs)
n
(Commerce) jocular the setting of more targets than is strictly necessary for the effective functioning of an organization, esp when it leads to an increase in bureaucracy
[C20: target + -itis (sense 2)]
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