Robin Hood Essay

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Case: Case: Robin Hood 1. What problems does Robin Hood have? What issues need to be addressed? The problems Robin Hood have: * the money in the band is running out. * The food in the merrymen is becoming scarce. The issues Robin have: * Robin Hood needs to organize his group into one force with a common goal, such as against to sherrif. * Robin Hood needs to arrange the food appropriately. 2. Do Robin Hood and the Merrymen need a new mission/objectives/ strategy? Yes! It is important for Robin Hood and the Merrymen to create a new mission/ objectives / strategy. Because Sherrif are going be stronger and becoming better organized, which is big threat for Robin. In order to against this situation, it is important to change a new object to make their group and group workforce utilize better. 3. What strategic options does Robin Hood have? Is continuing with the present strategy an option or is the present strategy obsolete? Strategy: * Several barons would like to release King Richard, so form a alliance with Robin Hood (Merrymen). * Robin Hood spread his group to become larger and larger, even outside Sherwood Forest. * The main objective of Robin Hood is kill sheriff (Defensive). 4. Why not try to end the campaign by killing the Sheriff? Robin thinks to kill the Sheriff is not the end, which is only for Robin’s feud. It is only about Robin Hood individually, nothing about Merrymen organization. In addition, becoming stronger and stronger of Sheriff, it is difficult to kill Sheriff. This is why Robin Hood decided against Sheriff, which is kind of against the system or rule of that time. 5. What are the pros and cons of accepting the offer of the barons to assist in securing King Richard’s release from prison? Pro: Alliance with baron which help Robin Richard to easy to release
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