Apple has ranked #2 among the top 250 best-managed U.S. companies as scored by the Drucker Institute. The result puts the iPhone maker just below Amazon and a few points above Google in the newly released ranking. The Wall Street Journal notes that this is the first ranking of U.S. companies based on the ideas of late business guru Peter Drucker:
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The chip maker, an AI power, scores high in all five categories that make up the ranking.
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The software maker ranks fourth for employee engagement and development in the Drucker Institute’s Management Top 250 ranking.