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Brigitte Daniel Allegro

Systems Thinking Conculting
Retired - Systems Thinking Consulting
Toulouse Area, France
Brigitte Daniel Allegro Senior Expert Adviser in Systems Thinking and Dependability - Design & Art teacher - Independent consultant and author (art books & systems thinking books) and also… grandmother. Brigitte built her experience on dependability concerns, systems engineering (SE) and systems thinking in nuclear industry (EDF) and aeronautics (Airbus). She introduced at Airbus design office systems engineering and the value of human experience in the early 1990's to promote the human capital of the organisations. She deployed SE for supporting new Airbus development programs as well as organizational transformation projects. She focused on managerial approaches able to synchronize silo organizations while piloting transversal activities. Today, she takes advantage of her own experience in energy and transportation to promote Systems Thinking in academic and industrial fields. In 2012 she has written for AFIS (INCOSE French Chapter) an “Introduction to Systems Thinking”. On that occasion, she developed a conceptual model of Systems Thinker attitudes with underpinning systems concepts which form a consistent basis for her Systems Thinking courses. She has been practising this conceptual model for five years. Translating into French the first book of Harold ‘Bud’ Lawson “A journey through the Systems Landscape”  (“Parcours au pays des Systèmes) developed a specific awareness about concepts representations in different cultures.  Being engineer and textile artist, she is interested in the relationships between creative thinking and systems thinking as well as artistic design and industrial design. She contributes to the INCOSE Systems Science WG as well as the INCOSE Healthcare WG.  She enjoys textile art, dance, music, cultures and family life.
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