Anthony K. P. Wensley

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Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) systems implementations undertaken all over the world have resulted and continue to result in significant organizational change. Organizations adopt ERP systems to benefit from the underpinning (allegedly) best practices, the suppliers' or sometimes consultants' " recipes " for conducting successful business. Such(More)
Audit planning is a complex task which requires considerable expertise. An audit plan specifies both the procedures to be carried out and the extent to which these procedures should be applied. An audit plan is required to achieve a defined level of assurance that errors of a given level will be detected. Further, overall goals relate to cost, time and the(More)
The thread we develop in this paper is that best practices cannot simply be transferred. Organizational memory mismatches form the core of our metaphorical lens to surface understandings of what goes wrong with such transfer and how people negotiate solutions. We provide an understanding of the ways in which the creation and implementation of ERP systems(More)
The research conducted in this study focuses on the role of a company's innovation culture in linking economic and social responsibilities with financial performance. Specifically, our study addresses the following two questions: Does innovation trigger the simultaneous development of both economic and social dimensions of corporate social responsibility?(More)
One of the key features of ERP systems is that they are claimed to bring with them a set of practices that should support the organization in achieving a variety of benefits through standardized ways of working that use integrated and real time information. During implementation and use, these practices need to be re-contextualized and in this process they(More)