AMCIS 2012: “Continued use of intelligent decision aids and auditor knowledge: qualitative evidence”

So, I submitted a paper to AMCIS 2012, an academic conference to be held in Seattle this year (http://amcis2012.aisnet.org/).  The paper was accepted (“I also think that this should generate some interesting discussion and hopefully receive further guidance to help the authors publish their work in a journal”) and so I am off to Seattle …

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Academic submission to a conference on Information Systems.

The past week or so of my professional life (it’s all a blur) has been taken up with writing a paper for submission to an upcoming conference.  If you’ve ever wondered about the process, it’s been painful.  If you are interested, read on to read the abstract of what is now a 12 page paper …

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The implications of NGERS and CPRS on information systems

Last week I was invited to present to the CPA Australia Carbon Pollution Reduction Scheme Discussion Group as part of the CitySmart Innovation Festival, along with Danny Powers, Michele Chelin, and Andrew Rogers. It was an informative night and I think the audience appreciated what we did, as usual.  At any rate, I did promise …

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What are the AIFRS changes?

Just a note I’ve prepared based upon my PhD project.  You’ll either get it or you won’t. AIFRS Changes At the core, AIFRS is made up of two factors:  Auditing Standard changes (ASA’s) and Australian Accounting Standard changes (AASB’s). Therefore, there are two components impacting upon IT audit methodology: More information to be recorded by …

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