A VIEW FROM LONDON, ENGLAND T Anthony G . Hopwood, who is a professor of accounting and financial reporting at the London Graduate Schoo l of Business Studies . The articles contain important ideas , Professor Hopwood wrote, of significance to all intereste d in information systems, be they practitioners or academics . The authors, with their professional affiliations at th e time, were Chris Argyris, Graduate School of Education , Harvard University; Bo Hedberg and Sten Jonsson, Department of Business Administration, University o f Gothenburg; J . Frisco den Hertog, N . V. Philips' Gloeilampenfabrieken, The Netherlands, and Michael J . Earl, Oxford Centre for Management Studies . The articles appeared originally in Accounting, Organizations and Society, a publication of which Professor Hopwood is editor-in-chief. AOS exists to monitor emergin g developments and to actively encourage new approaches and perspectives . B .L . TR[PPETr Chairman, Editorial Boar d he articles in this issue of DATA BASE were chosen b y ORGANIZATIONAL LEARNING AND MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEM S By Chris Argyri s n a recent review of the literature on management infor Imation system (MIS) implementation, I found the major theme to be unmet expectations and disappointments
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