Impact of Organisational Culture on Implementation Success of Accounting Information Systems in Canada and Lebanon
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Accounting information systems may fail resulting in financial, social, environmental, and economic catastrophes. The reasons underlying these failures are not well investigated yet. While technical causes may play a role, non-technical grounds may be of significant impact. Policymakers mistakenly rush into stipulating new laws to curb such happenings. However, the financial scandals resulting from AIS fraudulent manipulations have never, yet, come to an end. This thesis investigates the impact of organizational culture on AIS success in Lebanon and Canada and brings in foundational contributions and pioneering insights for future research focusing on the interplay between culture and information systems.