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hyperproductive

Definitions

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  • adjective Exceptionally productive

Etymologies

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hyper- +‎ productive

Examples

  • -- To be hyperproductive, you have to make small changes that will lead to wired nirvana.

    Coffee Break: Oct. 1

  • A Mets fan finds solace in overseas connections, a college wants to make soulful engineers, and a man with a plan wants us all to be hyperproductive:

    Coffee Break: Oct. 1

  • The crux of the matter is this: For how much longer can our planet's human-friendly environment survive a hyperproductive-hyperconsumptive economic system in which no one is allowed to have decent housing, health care, education etc. unless they are willing to get on, and stay on, the hyperproduction-hyperconsumption treadmill?

    Hyperconsumption, global warming, and the fall of basic-goods buying power among the middle class

  • For years the dollar store has not only made a market out of the detritus of a hyperproductive global manufacturing system, but it has also made it appealing - by making it amazingly cheap.

    NYT > Home Page

  • This talk will describe how expert coaches at MySpace in California and Jayway in Sweden bootstrap new teams in a few short sprints into a hyperproductive state.

    Scrum Log Jeff Sutherland

  • This talk will describe how expert coaches at MySpace in California and Jayway in Sweden bootstrap new teams in a few short sprints into a hyperproductive state.

    Scrum Log Jeff Sutherland

  • Practical Roadmap to Great Scrum: How one of the world's best companies systematically improves Scrum performance The ACM Agile chapter in Boston was sold out at the Microsoft Research and Development Lab in Cambridge last week for a presentation on how to systematically take Scrum development teams to a hyperproductive state based on extensive data collected on hundreds of teams at Systematic Software Engineering in Denmark during 2006-2009.

    Scrum Log Jeff Sutherland

  • Practical Roadmap to Great Scrum: How one of the world's best companies systematically improves Scrum performance The ACM Agile chapter in Boston was sold out at the Microsoft Research and Development Lab in Cambridge last week for a presentation on how to systematically take Scrum development teams to a hyperproductive state based on extensive data collected on hundreds of teams at Systematic Software Engineering in Denmark during 2006-2009.

    Scrum Log Jeff Sutherland

  • But what if we observe that, not socialism is occuring, but a new hyperproductive system, in which both the capital and managerial class, and the producing class, see different advantages to move towards.

    Interactivist Info Exchange - A Project of <a href="http://www.interactivist.net">Interactivist</a> & <a href="http://www.autonomedia.org">Autonomedia</a>

  • Co-creation - essential for hyperproductive value creation

    HighTouch

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