Case Study 1: Robin Hood 1) What strategic problems does Robin Hood have? Robin had several strategic problems which he had to worry about the campaign that was growing, the disposition of his forces (organizational communication/leadership), the sheriff’s recent moves and growing forces, and the options that confronted him. Also the dire consequences the sheriff was thinking of. One of the main concerns was that profits were diminishing as the group became bigger. Another one is that the group wasn’t the same culture when it first started out, sure it was all to fight against the sheriff, but they started picking up people that sound like they don’t really need to be a part of the group.
Strategic Management Robin Hood Case Analysis 1) What does the SWOT analysis reveal about the Merrymen`s situation? Situation analysis: The case is dealing with two characters Robin Hood and the Merrymen. They are doing the same business against the power of the Sheriff. The basic idea is they want to rob the rich and give it to the poor. The organization was a source of satisfaction for Robin, and has increased with associates to become a very powerful organization.
First, Robin’s key problem is his lack of clarity and defined goals in his insurrection against the High Sheriff of Nottingham. Is it a personal crusade, a revenge for events that happened in the past? Or is rather a fight for the entire society wellbeing? Identifying the true meaning of his action with ease the process of organizing and implementing his long-term plan. Second, the fame of his Merrymen was both a blessing and a curse.
Was he a good leader or did he crack under pressure? The answers to these questions may help solve the mystery of what happened to the colonist of Roanoke. The first thing we have to question is why he was appointed governor. Some may say it was to set the colony up for failure by giving them a terrible leader. Another point of view is that they wanted to give the colony an extremely different leader than Lane and Grenvile to see if it worked better.
This city in southern France rebelled by opening ports to Britain, and Napoleon quickly developed a plan to rid France of the English ships and their soldiers. Indeed, there will always be an army who will advance past the strategic or technological abilities of other armies in some way, but to construe this to mean that Napoleon was successful merely because he was the first to employ a system is obtuse. He created the corps system out of his own genius, and it worked. Napoleon deserves credit for the military tactics he created and executed with
Essay Proposal: Q. proposal - Maintaining Power Through the use of Terror: Stalin. Introduction/Agenda This essay will show how power was maintained by Stalin once he had established himself as the single leader of the USSR. The essay will mainly focus of the most effective method; use of terror, coercion and fear. And how he is used this to control the party and state and eliminate his opponents The essay will explore who Stalin believed he faced opposition from including from within his own party, how effectively he dealt with them and the role his own paranoia played. Finally the essay will look at the effectiveness of the use of terror but also the international repercussions for Stalin and communism.
In the business applications, we can put out a latest superior product into market before other competitor. We can also get into a new field of the market when there is no any competitor. So, as conclusion, in order to attack and balk the enemy’s plan, need a long period of continuous observing the competitive environment, and need to work deliberately on the part of company. As the attack the relationship between competitor and other, we must break them up or prevent them from forming. As the attacking the enemy, we can luring the important personnel away from his company or attract capable employees using higher salary to join our
Offensive realists state that a state showing it is willing to engage in war will enhance their reputation. With international anarchy a state cannot be completely sure of the intentions of other states. They believe a state should strive for power in the hopes to preserve their own freedom. Unlike defensive realists they believe conquest pays. Offensive realists believe states should adopt expansionist policies in order to build their position of power and intimidate potential enemies or rivals into submission and cooperation and achieve hegemony (Mingst & Arreguin, 2011:73).
They tend to achieve their objectives due to force which eventually causes economic depression and government reforms. These wars are nothing but robbery. The leader thinks that they have to take away the country’s resources and land to feel as if they have conquered this country so others do not try and rise to gain power. There are several reasons why a war will/may be started. For example, a very prominent factor in the starting of war is the want of power.
Maximillien Robespierre was a man with drastic reformatory aspirations. He considered the general will to be a necessity and resorted to the Terror because he wished to create a temporary dictatorship in order to save the Republic. He praised the revolution and disguised the gruesomeness of his actions and intentions by reasoning that the Terror was virtuous since it defended the Republic. The Jacobins were liberal radicalists who wished for a central government, control over the economy, and universal suffrage. With the replacement of the Girondins faction in 1793, the Jacobins had complete control of the National Convention, and France as a nation.