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Antonio Davila

Assistant Professor

Stanford University

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Stanford University

857 Serra Street, Suite 210

Stanford, California,94305

United States

Company Description

Stanford University, located between San Francisco and San Jose in the heart of California's Silicon Valley, is one of the world's leading teaching and research universities. Since its opening in 1891, Stanford has been dedicated to finding solutions to big ch... more.

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Background Information

Employment History

Profesor

IESE Business School


MBA Class of 1961 Visiting Professor

Harvard Business School


Affiliations

Organizations and Society

Member of the Editorial Boards of Accounting In Management Accounting


Red Herring

Board Member


Stanford Graduate School of Business

Faculty Member


STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT SOCIETY INC

Member


European Accounting Association

Member


Morgridge

Faculty Fellow In Entrepreneurship


Education

Doctorate of Business Administration

Harvard University


MBA

IESE


MBA

University of Navarra , Spain


MS

Telecommunications Engineering

Universidad Politecnica de Cataluna


Ph.D.

designs performance management systems

Stanford's Graduate School of Business


Telecommunications Engineering Degree

Polytechnic University of Catalunya


bachelor's degree

telecommunications engineering

Polytechnic University of Cataluña


doctorate

Harvard Business School


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Anthony Davila
Anthony Davila Assistant Professor Stanford University Graduate School of Business Anthony Davila is an Assistant Professor at Stanford University's Graduate School of Business. His teaching focus is on management control, financial accounting, and business policy. Research interests are in management accounting and management control systems. Davila holds a Doctorate of Business Administration from Harvard University, an MBA from University of Navarra, Spain and a Telecommunications Engineering Degree from the Polytechnic University of Catalunya in Barcelona, Spain. Davila co-authored " Performance Measurement and Control Systems for Implementing Strategy: Text and Cases" .


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Anthony Davila, Stanford University


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By Tony Davila, Marc Epstein, Robert Shelton
According to Davila, Epstein, and Shelton: "The truth is that there is not much that is truly new about innovation. There is a commonly held perception that allowing such creativity necessitates a laissez-faire atmosphere, but co-authors Mark Epstein, Robert Shelton and Tony Davila offer the counterintuitive belief that a culture of innovation requires focused leadership, creative but viable metrics, an emphasis on business models rather than individual products and an incentive program that rewards the high-stakes innovation that is lacking within a company. It's a relatively daring concept but a vital one well researched and succinctly presented by this trio - Epstein and Davila are academics teaching at Stanford and Harvard and Shelton is a managing director of Navigant Consulting's Innovation practice. Tony Davila, a faculty member of Stanford's Graduate School of Business, Marc Epstein, a research professor at Rice University's School of Management, and Robert Shelton, managing director of Navigant Consulting's Innovation practice write that contrary to popular belief, innovation:


Making Innovation Work: How to Manage It, Measure It, and Profit From It

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Tony Davila, Professor, Stanford University
According to Shelton, Davila, and Epstein, there are many half-truths and myths surrounding innovation that have made it appear more complex than it is.


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Authors:Tony Davila, Marc J. Epstein, Robert Shelton
According to Davila, Epstein, and Shelton: "The truth is that there is not much that is truly new about innovation. There is a commonly held perception that allowing such creativity necessitates a laissez-faire atmosphere, but co-authors Mark Epstein, Robert Shelton and Tony Davila offer the counterintuitive belief that a culture of innovation requires focused leadership, creative but viable metrics, an emphasis on business models rather than individual products and an incentive program that rewards the high-stakes innovation that is lacking within a company. It's a relatively daring concept but a vital one well researched and succinctly presented by this trio - Epstein and Davila are academics teaching at Stanford and Harvard and Shelton is a managing director of Navigant Consulting's Innovation practice. Epstein, Shelton and Davila assert that it is not an either-or proposition that companies need to pay attention to both to succeed in the long term. Epstein, Shelton and Davila have convinced me that innovation has to start at that fundamental level to succeed. Tony Davila, a faculty member of Stanford's Graduate School of Business, Marc Epstein, a research professor at Rice University's School of Management, and Robert Shelton, managing director of Navigant Consulting's Innovation practice write that contrary to popular belief, innovation: Davila is a professor at Stanford's Graduate School of Business.


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