The rhea.framework knowledge base comprises a collection of interconnected reference flows (peer reviewed case studies, best practices, organizational patterns) that can
An initial collection of 78 reference flows was retrieved through a systematic literature review. Four core flows - or core topics in team leadership - were distinguished and interlinked by natural language processing.
This core flow deals with how individuals of diverse backgrounds working together feel being valuable participants of a team. Find out more.
The main intent is to find ways to deal with - or rather welcome and deploy - complexity in business or work requirements, (technological) resources, stakeholder involvement and interpersonal team processes. This includes team opportunities such as remote team members or virtual teams. Find out more.
In a cohesive team, participants work jointly towards shared goals. Team members work together complementarily - collaboratively rather than individually. Team cohesion is a dynamic, multifaceted, interpersonal process. Find out more.
Teams work towards shared goals. This core flow spans approaches and tools to complete goals in time, budget and scope satisfying stakeholders and, succeeding, team members. As such, it is most specific to the business area the team operates in. It is about getting things done. Find out more.