Is more focus on humanity and less on capitalism.
Capitalism creates the economy that produces wealth to reduce poverty and improve living conditions. For example, China's decision to abandon strict communist has brought hundreds of millions of Chinese out of the extreme poverty of living on under $1 per day.
Capitalism also allows companies to effectively meet the individual needs of people. Compare the small number of models of Soviet-built cars with the vast selection of cars available in the capitalist sphere, from the Smart Car to the Hummer, to meet every possible personal need.
Isn't meeting the individual needs of people a "human" effort?
Capitalism is also slowly working its way into the "bottom billion" of world consumers, figuring out ways to bring them all of the consumer goods we have in the west, but sold in ways that meet their needs - for example, Unilever's Comfort One Rinse, designed to reduce the amount of water used when washing clothes in areas where water is scarce.
Or take D.Light, a for-profit social enterprise that has sold 12 million solar-power lamps to people in 40 countries who don't have regular access to electric power.