without knowing why they want it to be 'ruim', I would think they want it to allow for something (changes, for example) or to cover many areas
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not be too tight
Planning has to do with creating time frames in which thin must be done. So "ruim opzetten" means that the planning should not be too tight. It should leave room for problems or urgent thin gs that come in between.
"... the planning must not be too tight ..."
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