Fast and Simple.
That is the way CCA achieves results.
The Corporate Change Academy is a social entrepreneurship platform that brings together those with professional and entrepreneurial roles with business people who have helped make a difference to their country. It provides mentoring services to companies and institutions who want to move their business forward with reliable methods and optimum costs.
The Architects of Change within the Corporate Change Academy ensure that companies and institutions achieve their goals by making systematic use of existing knowledge and experience. At the same time, the Academy educates Architects of Change within client companies and institutions who will maintain the Fast and Simple management approach to secure Corporate Permanence and Agility.
To become an academy as an effective catalyst for change aiming a powerful and happy Turkey. To carry the acquired knowledge to the adjacent geography to contribute to the national economy.
To provide the most reliable mentoring services to companies aiming for improvement in corporate permanence and agility issues.
Gives the most agile and fast way of organization and business in today's conditions.
The Corporate Permanence and Agility Model provides the most permanent functionality.
Our Architects of Change will train your own Architects of Change together with you.
Adapts applicable processes to your institutions and companies with Fast and Simple business methods.
Focuses on your Fast and Simple development with optimal use of your existing resources.
The CCA Code of Ethics described below is the main reference for all decision-making and implementation processes.
Opportunities granted to individuals within CCA activities are in no way used for personal interests other than the stakeholder benefits identified within the CCA processes. All boards and platforms take care to ensure that the relationships established through the CCA channel remain within the CCA processes.
Fiscal issues within the framework of the laws are fully complied with, bribes are not given, no gifts are accepted to the extent that they can be evaluated. The gifts that can be received as CCA stakeholders may be of non-material value with a moral value and should have the logo / brand of the issuing company. In case of rejection of the gift, the gift is kindly accepted on behalf of CCA in case the other party is likely to offend according to customs and traditions. The relevant material is submitted to the Board of Directors with a report for the decision to be made in the subsequent process.
Everyone involved in the CCA process knows that it represents everyone at CCA and takes care of their behavior, clothing, and timely attendance at designated meetings.
It is supervised that the Architect of Change and the consultants to be assigned to the organization in need do not work in the competitor of the Organization and that he or his first degree relatives do not have customer / supplier relations.
In CCA activities, care is taken not to speak of humiliating and discriminatory views on political views, religion, language, race, or gender. Issues that are contrary to general morality, customs and traditions are never discussed.
Assignments and suggestions are made to the organizations in the most appropriate way to respond to the need without any privilege to anyone for any reason in the appointment of the Architect of Change and the advice of the consultant.
Personal and non-public information of the Organizations obtained during CCA activities is carefully maintained. It is not shared with third parties under any circumstances except as permitted by law. Every effort is made to comply with the terms of the GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation) in accordance with the Law on the Protection of Personal Data and the requirements and practices of the Organization for EU-cooperating Organizations.
Any ethical hearings, notices and observations related to each field in which the name of CCA is mentioned and the scope of its activities are necessarily notified to the CCA Board of Directors. In case of a violation of the code of ethics, the decision of the Board of Directors does not take into account the status of the person who violates the code of ethics, the services he or she has done in the past, and the importance of the relationship with the CCA.