Capitalism is About Much More Than Profits, Or At Least it Can Be
Dan Bruder’s “Blendification System” Shows How to Make Private Ownership Work for All
“I believe that capitalism is the most significant man-made invention ever.”
So declares this week’s guest Dan Bruder, a respected author, business strategist, and educator.
Dan is fully aware that his viewpoint isn’t politically correct. Indeed, it conflicts
with millions of dissatisfied Americans and protestors who blame the economic and political system that vests our country’s trade and industry in private hands for society’s many ills.
But rather than turn to socialism, or even Marxism, as some people advocate, Dan says capitalism can be refocused to best address its failures and the inequalities that have arisen over the past 50 years.
Dan’s book, “The Blendification System: Activating Potential by Connecting Culture, Strategy, and Execution,” teaches capitalism as a means of not only generating profits for owners and shareholders, but also for enriching the lives of employees and customers. And, importantly, of building better communities as a result.
More than a philosophical treatise on private ownership and the good it can do, Blendification is also a “roll-up-your-sleeves and take these steps” playbook that shows readers how to transform theory into reality.
Listen in as Dan and host Dean Rotbart, an award-winning financial journalist, discuss the merits of making better applications of capitalism to ensure it works well for everyone.
To order your copy of “The Blendification System,” click here.
Photo: Daniel M. Bruder, The Blendification System
Posted: July 27, 2020
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