Robbin Hood Case

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Robin Hood Case Strategic Planning 1) What problem does Robin Hood have? What issues need to be addressed? First, the increasing size of the bands was a source of concern because vigilance was in decline and discipline was becoming harder to enforce. Also the growing band was also beginning to exceed the food capacity of the forest. Those problems and the fact that Sheriff was becoming stronger and better organized, and with that he probing for ban´s weaknesses. So Robin had to find solution to solve the problems. 2) Do Robin Hood and the Merrymen need a new mission? New objectives, a new strategy? Yes , they need a new mission , that help them to achieve new objectives, but those objectives just can be accomplish with a new strategy, because the present strategy is good to increasing the size of the band and have more people, but at the same time that also have consequences. As the band grew larger problems start to appear in the way of living at the camp. 3) What strategic options does Robin Hood have? Is continuing with the present strategy an option or is the present strategy obsolete? Robin Hood needs to change the strategy but he has to maintain their ideals. The change of the strategy will help to conserve the camp and overall to remains the discipline and the order in there. If Robin keeps the same strategy things will go out of control so he starts to think in others possibilities. 4) Why not try to end the campaign by killing the sheriff? Robin felt that the camping must be decisively concluded before the Sheriff had a chance to deliver a mortal blow. So how Robin could do that? One option was kill the Sheriff but that would be a bad decision because, even if he could satisfy their thirst for revenge, that would not improve the situation. 5) What are the pros and cons of accepting the offer of the barons to assist in securing king Richard’s

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