People make predictions every day. We predict the weather, political elections, sporting events and industry trends. It is an exercise that helps us to plan for an otherwise uncertain future. However, rarely do we hear the follow up from the people who make the predictions. The weatherman does not apologize for every prediction he gets wrong (which is most of the time!). Sportscasters do not apologize to bettors for not predicting an upset. However, the good folks at Tompkins International made some bold predictions three years ago and are following up with the results. Check out the “Top 10 Supply Chain Predictions” that Tompkins made in 2011 and see if they have a crystal ball.