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What is capitalism? This word inspires passionate thoughts and opinions that are often based on misconceptions and misconduct in corporate business. Are greedy companies an alternative? Is corruption inherently corrupt? What do we need to do to create a just economic system and successful American democracy?
Although capitalism was basically created as a moral institution, there has long been a gap in who serves and how it benefits the economy and society. If profits are a priority for people and the environment, capitalism can cause unforeseen problems that threaten companies and their stakeholders: employees, customers, suppliers, society and shareholders.
Dynamite Fishing is a documentary film that examines the controversial history of American corporate culture. It examines the arguments of two influential stakeholder theories and shares capitalism and confirms through the extraordinary success stories of target companies (Costco, Container Store, Whole Foods) that the only way to increase shareholder value is ultimately to take care of all stakeholders Business future in the 21st century.
The film was developed in collaboration with Aspiration Entertainment and stimulates shareholder value capitalism to maximize the 40-year myth that profit is just a business goal. And it invigorates the stakeholder approach, in which companies meet the human needs of employees, customers, suppliers, investors, society and the environment.
Container Store Managers (Melissa Reiff and Kip Tindell), Eastman Chemical (Mark Costa), Lukes Lobster (Luke Holden), Whole Foods (John Mackie and Walter) Rob) and Costco Warehouse are defining aspects of capitalism, profitability and of the living space participates in its moral responsibility. (Jim Senegal). The film contains interviews with professors, authors and CEOs, including economists, professors, authors and political commentators.Robert Reich; Arthur Brooks, former president of the American Institute of Entrepreneurship’s conservative think tank; Jim Collins, author of The Big Big, Bethany McLean, author of The Smartest Boys in the Room, and R. Edward Freeman, Professor of Darden and father of stakeholder theory.