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Boundary Objects and Internal Control in Outsourced ISD Projects: Results of a Pilot Study
Americas Conference on Information Systems
Control of outsourced IT projects is an important topic in several research disciplines. This study brings together two approaches from auditing and IS literature in order to obtain deeper understanding of control mechanisms in complex outsourced IT projects. It is proposed that communication tools, viewed as "boundary objects", are also useful for implementing control functions, such as risk assessment and performance monitoring. To test this proposition, field data will be collected fromdblp:conf/amcis/Gantman11 fatcat:464jwg5hqfeddb4y2ursjgtuaa