Razem means together…

We reconnect what is often separated in organisations: leading and managing, strategising and designing, learning and doing… and most fundamentally: people.


Amy started out as a professional athlete in the sport of netball – the quintessential team sport – and has never stopped trying to understand and generate that special magic that makes a team ‘work’.

Amy learnt the foundations of her strategic craft at the Boston Consulting Group in Sydney and Chicago where she worked predominantly with Qantas Airways, including on the launch of Jetstar, the low cost offshoot.

Following an MBA from INSEAD, Amy spent the next decade transforming big, complex organisations like Qantas Airways, NewsCorp, and Siemens (as part of R/GA), at the same time as living and raising a family in four different countries.

From these experiences she concluded that whilst all change is personal, we make and are made by the people and communities we live in. She brings this awareness to her work.

Amy coaches on the Design Thinking and Creativity in Business course at INSEAD and teaches at the Berlin School of Creative Leadership.

Wojtek lived and worked in over six different countries across three continents. He witnessed a nation change from a communist state to a free market economy, lived in peaceful Western suburbia, and grew up in the intense Far East. He completed a PhD on the topic of Trust in Digital Age. He also worked for fast growing digital companies, management consultancies and a top business school.

These personal experiences have challenged him to become a keen student of people and human systems. In his own journey of development he found love and meaning in developing others.

When he is not helping clients at Razem he works as an Adjunct Professor of Organisational Behaviour at INSEAD, where he teaches Psychological Issues in Management MBA elective and coaches and consults to senior leaders participating in executive education programmes.