De Mol Ventures

De Mol Ventures is a team assessment company focused on start ups and scale ups.

Validated by scientific research we developed the Team Scan tool through which investors can better evaluate and monitor venture teams. The Team Scan uses predictive models based on proven statistical methods to analyze to identify combinations of factors that help to predict future team outcomes. Venture capital and private equity firms use the Team Scan to improve investment returns by focusing more sustainable, diverse and unbiased investment decisions.

The Team Scan tool can be used as a HR due diligence assessment or as a sanity check-up for portfolio teams and scores teams on those variables that have shown to influence performance.

De Mol Ventures is a starting point for making more impact with scientific research in the investment community and empower better investment decisions.

 

 

Eva provides clarifying insights in the functioning of management teams”.

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Hans van Ierland – CEO of HPE Growth Capital

“Eva’s team assessment was very valuable for both the start-up team and the investors working with the startup.”

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Willemijn Verloop – Partner Social Impact Ventures

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Harvard Business Review – What Makes Entrepreneurs Burn Out?

By now we are all familiar with the risks of burnout. Research shows that it leads to work-related issues such as job dissatisfaction, absenteeism, inefficient decision making, and turnover, as well as health-related issues such as depression, heart disease, and even death. Research also reveals some of the common causes of burnout, such as lack … Continue reading Harvard Business Review – What Makes Entrepreneurs Burn Out?

Harvard Business Review – Managing the Perks and Pitfalls of Proactive People

Published in Harvard Business Review By Lotte Glaser and Eva de Mol Companies need proactive employees. Proactive employees do more than they are supposed to, are good at realizing ideas, and work to overcome resistance to change. They are essential for suggesting, developing, and sustaining innovative new projects and for helping companies stay competitive. But … Continue reading Harvard Business Review – Managing the Perks and Pitfalls of Proactive People

How to predict venture performance through team composition – beyond intuition and gut feeling

Human capital and passion   Time and time again, passion has been cited as the key ingredient that drives venture performance. Like Paul Graham from Y Combinator states, “We thought when we started Y Combinator that the most important quality would be intelligence. That’s the myth in the Valley. And certainly, you don’t want founders … Continue reading How to predict venture performance through team composition – beyond intuition and gut feeling

On a mission to improve investment decisions through data-driven venture team diligence

I’m on a mission to increase data-driven investment decisions. We can do that by building a bridge between academic research and the entrepreneurial and investment community. Great academic work is out there on very relevant topics, such as how team composition can predict performance, why Scale Ups are an important asset class, and how co-investing can increase portfolio performance. But since most of this research is … Continue reading On a mission to improve investment decisions through data-driven venture team diligence

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