Editorial Introduction

Zwass, Vladimir
March 1992
Journal of Management Information Systems;Spring92, Vol. 8 Issue 4, p3
Academic Journal
An introduction to several articles published within the March 1992 issue of "Journal of Management Information Systems" is presented. Articles discussed include "Organization Support Systems: Bridging Business and Decision Processes," by Jane Fedorowicz and Benn Konsynski, "A Framework for Linking the Structure of Information Systems with Organizational Requirements for Information Sharing," by Sunro Lee and Richard Leifer, and "A Review of MIS Research and Disciplinary Development," by Maryam Alavi and Patricia Carlson.


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