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Drucker Institute 2019 Management Top 250 Rankings includes CSRHub Metrics

[fa icon="calendar'] Dec 4, 2019 9:38:27 AM / by CSRHub Blogging

Drucker Institute Top 250 2019

CSRHub is honored to once again have our metrics included in the Drucker Institute Management Top 250 Rankings this year.

The Drucker Institute has brought together five dimensions of corporate performance—Customer Satisfaction, Employee Engagement and Development, Innovation, Social Responsibility and Financial Strength—to create a holistic perspective based on Peter Drucker’s core principles for ranking the top 250 companies worldwide.

"This was an important year for the Drucker Institute's company rankings, which form the foundation of The Wall Street Journal's 'Management Top 250' list, because there is so much attention now around the idea of companies balancing the needs of all stakeholders and not automatically putting shareholders first," said Rick Wartzman, head of the Drucker Institute's KH Moon Center for a Functioning Society. "This orientation—reflected and reinforced by the Business Roundtable's statement in August embracing a stakeholder model and rejecting shareholder primacy—has, in turn, spurred rapidly rising interest among executives, boards and investors in environmental, social and governance metrics, along with other non-financial indicators. Given that, there are more eyeballs than ever on our Drucker model. And so it's essential that the data we use in our rankings be unassailable. We're thrilled to count CSRHub as one of our key partners because we know that the data it provides is always of the absolute highest quality."

You can learn more about the 2019 measure on The Drucker Institute’s website at https://www.drucker.institute/programs/company-rankings/, with the full ranking of all 640 companies available at https://www.drucker.institute/2019-drucker-institute-company-ranking/.

To learn more about CSRHub, our ESG/CSR metrics or how you can improve your ESG scores, contact us here.

 

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The Drucker Institute Releases the Management Top 250 Rankings

[fa icon="calendar'] Dec 8, 2017 8:00:00 AM / by CSRHub Blogging

CSRHub is proud to announce The Drucker Institute launch of a new measure of corporate performance—one that gives executives and investors a more complete, longer-term view of how companies are being managed. The Management Top 250 ranking, as published in The Wall Street Journal, is based on a holistic measure of corporate effectiveness that was developed by the Drucker Institute, a part of Claremont Graduate University, and based on the writings of the late management guru Peter Drucker. The ranking judges overall corporate effectiveness through the lens of 37 indicators that fall under five dimensions of performance: customer satisfaction, employee engagement and development, innovation, social responsibility and financial strength. The Drucker Institute defines effectiveness as Mr. Drucker did: “doing the right things well.”

 

 

 

The indicators for the new measurement come from a dozen data providers: the American Customer Satisfaction Index, Bloomberg Finance LP, Clarivate Analytics, CSRHub, Glassdoor, HIP Investor, PayScale, Satmetrix Systems, the Supply Chain Resource Cooperative, Sustainalytics, Temkin Group and wRatings. To learn more about the data see http://www.drucker.institute/rankings-data/

The ranking includes U.S. companies whose shares are traded on the New York Stock Exchange or Nasdaq Stock Market, and which meet specific criteria related to value and prominence. The Drucker Institute reports that it is clear from their research that “statistically significant increases in the areas of innovation, social responsibility, customer satisfaction, and employee engagement and development help to pump up a company’s financial strength within two years. And if those intangibles continue to improve, the gains in financial strength accelerate over time.”

You can learn more about the new measure on The Drucker Institute’s website at http://www.drucker.institute/rankings/, with the full ranking of all 693 companies available at http://www.drucker.institute/rankings-2017/.

The Wall Street Journal released the new measure at WSJ.com/ManagementTop250

To learn more about CSRHub, our ESG/CSR metrics or how you can improve your ESG scores, contact us here.


CSRHub provides access to the world’s largest corporate social responsibility and sustainability ratings and information.  It covers over 17,500 companies from 135 industries in 133 countries. By aggregating and normalizing the information from 549 data sources, CSRHub has created a broad, consistent rating system and a searchable database that links millions of rating elements back to their source. Managers, researchers and activists use CSRHub to benchmark company performance, learn how stakeholders evaluate company CSR practices, and seek ways to improve corporate sustainability performance. 

 

 

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