Cummins Moves up in Journal's Management Top 250

Global Power Leader Cummins jumped 24 spots in the Wall Street Journal’s most recent Management Top 250, finishing No. 64 in the 2020 ranking of publicly traded U.S. companies developed by the Drucker Institute for the newspaper.

SOURCE: Cummins Inc.

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Global Power Leader Cummins jumped 24 spots in the Wall Street Journal’s most recent Management Top 250, finishing No. 64 in the 2020 ranking of publicly traded U.S. companies developed by the Drucker Institute for the newspaper.

Cummins was ranked third in the Automotive/Industrial sector behind Ford (No. 19) and General Motors (No. 46). The annual analysis was released Dec. 12 by the Journal.

The Drucker Institute is named for the late professor, author and longtime Wall Street Journal Columnist Peter Drucker. The institute’s ranking is based on five key measures of corporate performance: customer satisfaction, employee engagement and development, innovation, social responsibility and financial strength. Cummins received five out of five stars on social responsibility.

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