It is essential to approach the management problems of institutions by considering their financial and legal dimensions, to see the economic, social and cultural environment as a whole, to take into account the accumulation of institutions, organizational dynamics and resources in the developed models, and to prevent the management architectural structure from creating meaningless cost to the institutions and the target audience of the institutions.
EKSPOTURK services are not based on sectoral expertise but are based on scientific methods for the management, organization and management decisions. In this sense, it is unacceptable that the consultants who are specialized in any sector may only serve under the roof of EKSPOTURK with their sectoral experience. It is required to respect the savings of the institutions it serves and to benefit from these accumulations.
In the operational processes of the institutions to which it provides services, there is no compromise from the workflow, which needs to move from market to production, from management to policy document to organization. In order to establish a system, the solutions that will damage domination and penetration abilities of the top management of the institutions it provides services, and which will undermine the possibilities of auditing and intervention are unacceptable. In all services, it is essential to comply with the law and to observe the legal boundaries.
MARKETING, PROJECT DEVELOPMENT AND PROJECT MANAGEMENT POLICY
The starting point of marketing activities in EKSPOTURK and its subsidiaries is to develop projects that center on the customers and their needs. It is essential to be in constant communication with customers, to work on models and methods that will protect the core values of the customers in changing conditions, and to design each project as an investment tool that provides fast return and accumulation for the customer. No project may be developed and no resource may be allocated in areas other than the management, organization and knowledge production, or in areas with uncertain areas that require sectorial expertise, exceeding the capabilities of EKSPOTURK affiliates and business partners. Investment projects are not included in this policy.
EKSPOTURK shall expand and improve its service quality and diversity. It is essential to diversify intangible assets and grow in such areas. In this sense, it is the responsibility of the Board of Directors to obtain the patent, utility model and copyrights of the methods and concepts developed, to create standards; to purchase or develop companies that are involved in relevant areas; allocate the necessary resources, provided that they do not violate the cooperation policy for the skills they need. No resources are allocated to projects and activities contrary to EKSPOTURK policy document, just to expand.
COLLABORATION AND COMMON OPERATION POLICY
EKSPOTURK is fully focused and clear on management, organization and information production technologies. It is inevitable to cooperate in the framework of the other skills that it needs to do its jobs. The main principle of the cooperation is to improve the quality of service produced by developing together and reducing common costs. No real or legal person shall be deemed to cooperate with the customer, except for the suppliers and employees of the Company. Collaboration and joint operations may not be carried out with any institution, real and legal entity including the supplier not approved by the Board of Directors. Each year, the Board of Directors has to submit the supplier and business partner evaluation report s to the General Assembly.
HUMAN VALUES POLICY
Professional competence is crucial in the employment of personnel. No personnel may be employed to be trained. Professional experts who are not approved by the Board of Directors may not start to work. The staff who do not adopt the EKSPOTURK policy document and who cannot be promoted in 3 years should leave. The Board of Directors determines the resources required for the personnel to improve themselves, provided that they do not exceed 10% of the annual personnel cost. For the development of human rights, scholarships cannot be granted except for supporting doctoral studies at universities. The activities to close the talent gap in the affiliates of EKSPOTURK and the companies it cooperates with are among the exclusive and non-transferrable duties of the Board of Directors.
INFORMATION SECURITY POLICY
The main principle of information security is the protection of the privacy of customers. It is unacceptable for other institutions, including the customer, to reach the information produced in the EKSPOTURK and its affiliates. It is among the duties of the Board of Directors that the Board of Directors may not transfer the information produced within the institution to the uninterrupted access of the relevant persons and to take necessary measures in order to ensure that the irrelevant persons are not at all able to reach them.
SUPPORT AND COPYRIGHT POLICY FOR SCIENTIFIC RESEARCHES
All kinds of models, concepts, software, reports and documents developed by EKSPOTURK’s own employees, managers, partners and business partners and academicians and management experts may be used only subject to payment of proper copyrights. In this sense, it is essential to protect the rights of the work which will be published on the website and other documents of the EKSPOTURK and / or to provide services to the customers in their projects regardless of whether they are national or international within the legal limits. The outputs produced by the employees in the archives and collaborations carried out in the projects carried out by the EKSPOTURK are beyond the issues mentioned in this policy.
ANALYSIS TECHNOLOGIES DEVELOPMENT POLICY
In order to increase the quality and content of EKSPOTURK services, it makes the necessary investments in method, algorithm, software and hardware which will develop data collection, classification, archiving, creating databases, analyzing, planning and management capabilities. The necessary works are carried out by those responsible for the approval of the Board of Directors Without any budgetary limit. This issue is discussed under a separate heading at budget meetings every year. Unit managers who cannot develop a proposal in this field for three years or whose proposals are not approved by the Board of Directors cannot continue their duties. This issue is reported separately in the General Assembly.
MANAGEMENT AND SHAREHOLDER RELATIONS POLICY
In EKSPOTURK and its affiliates, employees who work with a contract of employment, including shareholders, may not hold office in the Board of Directors. Shareholders holding shares more than 10% of the total shares, may not work under any capacity including manager or any specialist, consultant or personnel reporting to any manager in EKSPOTURK and its affiliates. Accordingly, no shareholder may give work instructions to administrative or specialist personnel. Members of the Board of Directors may serve as a member of the Board of Directors at the companies and organizations operating in the same sector with the EKSPOTURK and its subsidiaries, only subject to the approval of the EKSPOTURK Board of Directors, but they may not act as a worker, officer, expert or manager in such companies.
PUBLIC LIABILITY POLICY
It is the public responsibility of EKSPOTURK to support such structures as public institutions, foundations, associations or student clubs that do not have legal personality, and to share their work on management issues and management systems with the public, excluding the customer privacy and trade secrets. Each year, EKSPOTURK and its subsidiaries allocate a defined resource in the budget to the projects and works that can generate significant benefits to the public in the applicable areas. The Board of Directors is authorized to use this resource.