1. death marchSee also 死の行進
2. death march (in software development); crunchComputing
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3. Death march (project management)In project management, a death march is any of several types of pathologic projects involving a dysphemistic, dark-humor analogy to real death marches, such as being gruelingly overworked, and (often and most especially) being gruelingly overworked for ill-founded reasons on a project that is obviously at high risk of bad outcome (i.e. , project failure, and possibly threat of personal and group reputation damage).
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