Traditionally, accounting is assumed to perform information functions and dominated by issued of administrative concern. Accounting is seen as a technical discipline and as such, 'culture' is an alien concept in the study of accounting practices. However, recent developments showed that scholars have called for greater emphasis in research to highlight the social functioning of accounting systems ... [Show full abstract] in organizations and its effect on the culture of workplaces. This paper reports on a research to address this issue from the perspective of Management control. In particular, it seeks to present evidence to show how accounting is being influenced and in turn itself influencing the culture of an organization.