Corporate Culture

Institute for Corporate Culture Affairs

The Institute for Corporate Culture Affairs (ICCA) , is a not-for-profit institute based in Frankfurt am Main, Germany, that assists companies in mainstreaming their corporate social responsibility (CSR) activities. It does this by supporting the establishment of CSR and Corporate Culture Departments (CCD) within international corporations.

ICCA was founded by Professor Manfred Pohl in March 2003 and its present Chairman is Takis Arapoglou, Chairman and CEO of the National Bank of Greece. Among ICCA's Board members are Professor Dirk Matten (Royal Holloway, University of London), Professor Steiner (Hunter College, City University, New York) and Professor Jeremy Rifkin (Founder and President, The Foundation on Economic Trends in Washington).

In 2007, ICCA will publish the world's first "CSR Dictionary" including authored articles by over 100 experts from around the world for example Mary Robinson, former United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights and president of Ireland and Jonathon Porritt.

The current Managing Director of ICCA is Nick Tolhurst.

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