Are you as addicted to the annual prediction explosion as you are to your morning double shot low fat no foam caramel latte with a sprinkle of cinnamon and two sprinkles of nutmeg? Can’t handle the withdrawal?
Then let the doctor give you Sourcing Innovation’s one and only original prediction (as he is joined by Mr. Smith in the prediction that all futurist predictions will be wrong), which, surprise and surprise, is the exact same prediction he gave you in 2013*, laid out in detail in this now classic five-part series! Enjoy!
* And no, this is not cheating, since all most of the futurists do is recycle the same old predictions year after year, just like they recycle the same old trends, as exposed in detail in SI’s now classic Procurement Trend Expose series which revealed that most trends were old (or is that ancient) news or just continuing blues …
The US national debt reached zero for the first and only time in its history.
American readers, dwell on this! Then challenge your incoming President to keep one of the few great promises he made and cut government costs (and, hopefully at the same time, national debt).
Before we countdown the top posts of the year, let’s start by counting down the top twenty viewed posts from the archives. We’re doing this because, believe it or not, the top eleven posts of the year, based on direct page-views (as most visits are homepage views, not direct page-views) were from the archives, going all the way back to 2006! This is because SI posts, which focus on education and not entertainment, truly do stand the test of time!
01. RFX Defined
What does all this mean? Come back tomorrow for our analysis.
Unfortunately, LOLCat was preparing for the wrong kind of boxing day.
Happy Boxing Day!