Enterprise Resource Planning Systems Introduction and Internal Auditing Legitimacy: An Institutional Analysis

Authors: Elbardan, H., Ali, M. and Ghoneim, A.

Journal: Information Systems Management

Volume: 33

Issue: 3

Pages: 231-247

ISSN: 1058-0530

DOI: 10.1080/10580530.2016.1188545

Abstract:

In this article, the authors examine how the internal audit function maintains its legitimacy when enterprise resource planning systems are introduced. This work centers on an in-depth case study of a multinational bank and finds that enterprise resource planning systems impose an institutional logic of control based on interlinked assumptions. These assumptions motivate changes in the practice and structure of the internal audit function to become an integrated and comprehensive function to maintain its legitimacy.

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Enterprise Resource Planning Systems Introduction and Internal Auditing Legitimacy: An Institutional Analysis

Authors: Elbardan, H., Ali, M. and Ghoneim, A.

Journal: INFORMATION SYSTEMS MANAGEMENT

Volume: 33

Issue: 3

Pages: 231-247

eISSN: 1934-8703

ISSN: 1058-0530

DOI: 10.1080/10580530.2016.1188545

http://eprints.bournemouth.ac.uk/30627/

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Enterprise Resource Planning Systems Introduction and Internal Auditing Legitimacy: An Institutional Analysis

Authors: Elbardan, H., Ali, M. and Ghoneim, A.

Journal: Information Systems Management

Volume: 33

Issue: 3

Pages: 231-247

ISSN: 1058-0530

DOI: 10.1080/10580530.2016.1188545

Abstract:

© 2016 Taylor & Francis. In this article, the authors examine how the internal audit function maintains its legitimacy when enterprise resource planning systems are introduced. This work centers on an in-depth case study of a multinational bank and finds that enterprise resource planning systems impose an institutional logic of control based on interlinked assumptions. These assumptions motivate changes in the practice and structure of the internal audit function to become an integrated and comprehensive function to maintain its legitimacy.

http://eprints.bournemouth.ac.uk/30627/

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Preferred by: Hany Elbardan

Enterprise Resource Planning Systems Introduction and Internal Auditing Legitimacy: An Institutional Analysis.

Authors: Elbardan, H., Ali, M. and Ghoneim, A.

Journal: Inf. Syst. Manag.

Volume: 33

Pages: 231-247

DOI: 10.1080/10580530.2016.1188545

http://eprints.bournemouth.ac.uk/30627/

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Enterprise Resource Planning Systems Introduction and Internal Auditing Legitimacy: An Institutional Analysis

Authors: Elbardan, H., Ali, M. and Ghoneim, A.

Journal: Information Systems Management

Volume: 33

Issue: 3

Pages: 231-247

Abstract:

In this article, the authors examine how the internal audit function maintains its legitimacy when enterprise resource planning systems are introduced. This work centers on an in-depth case study of a multinational bank and finds that enterprise resource planning systems impose an institutional logic of control based on interlinked assumptions. These assumptions motivate changes in the practice and structure of the internal audit function to become an integrated and comprehensive function to maintain its legitimacy.

http://eprints.bournemouth.ac.uk/30627/

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