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MAVIS is an organization of management researchers and professionals dedicated to the critical examination and design of visual analytical communication processes, tools and broad-spanning systems.

Foremost, the aim of this group is to develop and share frameworks to assist scholars and practitioners in the development of effective data visualizations based on experience, established and contemporary theoretical notions of fit and the sensemaking process.  Such guidance is advanced through the appreciation of pitfalls and opportunities that can arise due to the presence of prior experience bias and reinforcement traps.  It capitalizes on the distinct biases that others may have in their visual preferences in order to ensure robust interpretability and effective decision support across levels and stages of use.

Society Organizers
Prof. Elliot Bendoly, The Ohio State University
Prof. Rahul Basole, Georgia Institute of Technology
Prof. Martin Eppler, University of St. Gallen
Prof. Brett Massimino, Cornell University
Prof. Alberto Franco, Loughborough University

Affiliated Texts on Management Visualization

Visual Analytics for Management
Translational Science and Applications in Practice

Elliot Bendoly, Prof.Management Sciences, Fisher College of Business, The Ohio State University
Sacha Clark, MBA, CEO and Founder, Mulsanne Management Ltd.
Taylor & Francis / Routledge, New York, 2017
The Routledge Companion to Visual Organization 
Emma Bell, Professor of Management and Org. Studies, Keele University
Samantha Warren, Professor of Management, University of Essex 
Jonathan Schroeder, Prof. of Communications, Rochester Institute of Technology
Taylor & Francis / Routledge, New York, 2014

Imagining Organizations: Performative Imagery
Paolo Quattrone, Professor of Accounting and Management, University of Edinburgh
Francois-Regis Puyou, Prof. of Management Accounting, Audencia Nante Management School 
Christine McLean, Lecturer, Manchester Business School
Nigel Thrift
Taylor & Francis / Routledge, New York, 2011