Maven7 works with local and global enterprises, with 500 – 20.000 employees and has a successful deployment track record of over 150 client projects.
Over the past 7 years, our products were used by 50K+ end-users and 70+ certified partner consultants. Multi-lingual deployment worldwide.
We have a 10+ high performing team of network researchers, business analysts, and software developers, who are supported by globally acclaimed scientists.
We provide the tools to build agile, adaptive organizations using cutting-edge network science technologies.
Leading organizational change management Software-as-a-Service used by large international corporations and distributed by partner consultancies across 4 continents.
is an organization design tool revealing how teams collaborate at a company, group, and employee level, creating a real-time automatic X-ray of the organization. EXCELLENCE is currently under development, with first trials taking place in november 2017.
Andras, is a researcher, a management consultant and a trainer specialized in organizational and social network analysis with a solid background in change management, team and organizational development. Before founding with his partners, he gained vast experience as head of several HR research focused international research projects regarding work stress, motivation, engagement and employer branding.
Hiske Den Boer
Director of OrgMapper
Hiske is the driving force of the product development of OrgMapper. She has extensive experience in the development and implementation of organizational change management strategies for both private and public sector. She has assisted management and their teams understand and adopt the change implications of organizational development, restructuring and large scale ICT implementations. Hiske worked for longer periods for PWC, Accenture and Fujitsu Consulting in senior roles.
Daniel is the mastermind behind the architecture and technology of OrgMapper. He works on building tools and web interfaces in Java and Python for data analysis and visualization. Daniel was a member of the international development team of a popular graph visualization program, Cytoscape. Winner of Google’s “Summer of Code” scholarship in 2008.
Backed by science
Maven7 is rooted in strong scientific and professional grounds. The methodologies developed and integrated into our analytics solutions are based on the scientific discoveries of our globally acclaimed and award-winning scientist co-founders,
and Tamás Vicsek
. Through them we also have very close working relations with the prime academic think tanks of the discipline:
Albert-László Barabási, our Scientific Advisor is a complex network scientist and a pioneer of real-world network theory. He is a distinguished professor at Central European University, Northeastern University, where he directs the Center for Complex Network Research, and holds appointments in the departments of physics, computer science and biology, as well as in the Department of Medicine at Harvard Medical School and Brigham and Women’s Hospital. Besides a number of widely-cited publications and books, he is the author of two bestsellers “Bursts: The Hidden Pattern Behind Everything We Do” and “Linked: The New Science of Networks”, both available in multiple languages. His work led to the discovery of scale-free networks in 1999, and he proposed the Barabási-Albert model to explain their widespread emergence in natural, technological and social systems, from the cellular telephone to the WWW or online communities.
Tamás Vicsek, our Academic Director, is a professor of physics at the biological physics department of Eötvös Loránd University (ELTE), and a head of the Statistical and Biological Physics research group of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences. He has been involved in computational and experimental research on fractals, pattern formation, the low-frequency collective motion in proteins and DNA, the collective motion of bacterial colonies, the flocking of birds, and the structure and evolution of complex networks. Applied to crowds, he co-authored papers on mapping group dynamics within social networks and spontaneous collective decisions, such as initiating a Mexican wave. He has published five books, over 225 articles, and has given lectures at 100+ international conferences. His results had been published several times by leading scientific journals, such as Nature. Most recently, as part of the COLLMOT Robotic Research Project, a five-year program on the complex structure and dynamics of collective motion he coordinates, his team of Hungarian researchers created self-organizing drones that flock like birds and follow rules of collective motion. Honorary member of the American Physical Society.
Our Organizational Network Analysis software, OrgMapper
, is based on the Cfinder
algorithm, a software tool for network cluster (community) detection. Cfinder was developed by the Tamás Vicsek-lead ELTE biological physics research department, and published twice in Nature, the world’s most cited interdisciplinary scientific journal (2005, 2007).
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