In this paper we tackle the question how early phases of software projects can be improved by applying methodologies provided by psychological science. We show an approach for developing business information systems, called No-Frills Software Engineering, which benefits from systemic approaches. These approaches allow to resolve communication and interaction issues still persistent in early phases of software projects, which are normally not addressed by conventional software process models.
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