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In remembrance

† Friedrich Assländer

Friedrich was a founding member of infosyon and one of the first constellators to conceptually describe organizational constellations and bring them to the world in many examples. As a master trainer certified by infosyon, he also helped to set up the association's certification processes and accompanied them for many years. His thoughts and actions related to leadership, spirituality and constellations are described in his many books, which we now remain as memories of him. We thank you dear Friedrich very much, you are part of the foundation on which we stand today as infosyon.

† Claude Rosselet

It is with great sadness that we received the news that Claude Rosselet, one of our founding members and infosyon's first ombudsman, passed away on April 30, 2022.


Claude was one of the pioneers in the field of organizational constellations and contributed to the further development and implementation of this innovative method with the book "Enacting Solutions" (published in 2010), which he wrote together with his friend and colleague Georg Senoner.


We are grateful that Claude played a key role in founding our organization and was a board member of infosyon eV from 2005-2007. He always supported us over the years, most recently in the position of ombudsman from 2016 to 2022, for which we are very grateful.


In 2018 he co-organized our conference "And where are the dragons going now?", which took place in Wiesloch, Germany and was a great success. His friendliness, his approachable loving nature and his eye for detail made working with him a pleasure.


He was a great teacher and mentor whose experience and wisdom will be missed by many in our community.

Our sincere and heartfelt condolences to his family and friends around the world.

† Michael Blumenstein

Michael played a key part in the foundation of infosyon and was also a member of the board from 2005 – 2007. He continued to support us throughout the years, lastly in the position of Ombudsman for which we are truly grateful.  


He was a great teacher and mentor, whose knowledge and wisdom will be missed by many in our community.

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