Javier Bajer is best defined as a Cultural Architect. He has spent the last 20 years helping organisations and cities change old habits, allowing their strategies to work. He has helped create well-known cultures for brands like Google, Accenture, HSBC, Hewlett-Packard and even The Royal Household. Javier was part of the original team that advised Google in the creation of their culture, almost 20 years ago.
But Javier’s story is not just about the cultures of companies, but that of cities. Javier is today the Cultural Architect for the City of Buenos Aires, working with the Major and his Ministers in the implementation of changes that range from the behaviours of a new Police Force to those of 6 million citizens, reducing the generation of rubbish, easing the traffic and building a sense of support and contribution across society. Javier’s team also advises the Cities of New York and Beirut.
With both theoretical and practical understanding of what makes people engage and behave in certain ways, Javier’s teams create award-winning interventions that produce change in record times.
Javier Bajer is an active fellow of the RSA, the Editor-in-Chief for Strategic HR Review, a professor of culture change at Universidad de San Andres (Argentina), and a Visiting Fellow of the Business School at the University of Surrey.
Javier’s speaking style quickly engages audiences to think differently, not only about their organisations but also about themselves. People are left with an urge to act right after the event.
"I help organisations and cities with their culture, so they can get on with their purpose." Javier
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