Talk:How the Demand Signals Used by Current Supply Chains Can Serve Broader Mutual Coordination
I don't seem to be able to change the title. It's not what I meant. I meant not (necessarily) the current supply chains, but the techniques of coordination by demand signals which are used (sometimes) by current supply chains.
I'll think about a better title. One candidate: How coordination by demand signals can serve mutual coordination but that lacks the "current supply chains" idea, which has explanatory value.
Another candidate, maybe too long? How the demand signals used by current supply chains can serve broader mutual coordination
Thanks. Bob Haugen