Assistant Professor of Entrepreneurship
Dr. Carrington Motley
Carnegie Mellon University
My research lies at the intersection of entrepreneurship, strategy, and organizations research, focusing on how entrepreneurs create successful ventures. I am especially interested in how entrepreneurs manage change and learn from failure and success.
What Do I Do?
I am interested in understanding the factors that influence entrepreneurial performance
(focus on learning from negative feedback / failure)
I am always looking for more opportunities to work with organizations involved in "doing entrepreneurship"
Startups, VC firms, Accelerators, etc.
I teach entrepreneurship courses to undergraduates majors from across CMU
(business, engineers, fine arts)
Born Into Chaos
D. Carrington Motley, Charles Eesley, Wesley Koo
Published in Strategic Entrepreneurship Journal