Peter Roberts, professor of organization & management, Director of Social Enterprise @ Goizueta

Simple logic prompts many to think that an entrepreneur with experience starting new enterprises acquires more success than a novice; however, taking a closer look may prove otherwise. Peter Roberts, professor of organization and management, director of Social Enterprise @ Goizueta, is conducting research that challenges the notion that individuals with prior experience have greater overall success.

In an article published by the Harvard Business Review, titled “New Research Suggests Start-Up Experience Doesn’t Help Social Entrepreneurs” Roberts discuss his ongoing research and findings.

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