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The rise of the meritocracy concept has brought with it a number of new trends, including the creation of a meritocracy that encourages people to be more creative, ambitious, and innovative.
As a result, some of the best companies in the world have started to look at how to get more people to participate in their businesses.
For example, Apple recently announced that it would create an advisory board that would help its employees understand the challenges of creating a sustainable business.
It also announced that its chief operating officer, Jeff Williams, will serve on the board.
According to the Wall Street Journal, the group will include CEOs and C-level executives, as well as people with experience in venture capital and other high-tech fields.
Apple’s board will also include a member of the company’s advisory board.
The company will then use the group’s recommendations to create a list of the top 50 companies in a given category.
Those companies will then be ranked in order of meritocracy status, with companies ranked in the middle of the pack receiving higher scores.
Apple has been actively working on its meritocracy initiative for several years, according to the WSJ.
The company is reportedly testing the program in more than 1,000 of its more than 2,600 stores.
Apple CEO Tim Cook has previously touted the idea of creating meritocracy-based incentives for employees, saying, “We want to reward creativity and achievement and innovation.”