This is causing more problems such as a decline in resources and funding, a lax in recruitment and training making the Merrymen less disciplined, and also the Sheriff increased his staff to keep up. With the growing band and becoming more known, travelers are starting to take different routes to avoid the forest. There is also Robin’s personal crusade with the Sheriff and thoughts of killing him. Another issue is the baron’s proposition of amnesty for joining the conspiracy to free King Richard the Lionheart from jail. 2.
Robin Hood should form a structure within his organization so that it can continue to grow and prosper. The band cannot continue to rely solely on robbing from rich merchants who commute through the Sherwood Forest. This is simply not meeting their financial needs and cannot support the growing organization. It will be a good political move for Robin to at least show support in the efforts the Barons are making to free King Richard so that in case their efforts succeed the King will know Robin was a part of the mission. The group has out grown the Sherwood Forest.
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.
The Maxxo brothers apart of the board of directors didn’t want that for his loyal employees. AgroVate refused Pearson’s offer and secretly conspired with Stopper a larger company about merging with them. Can the AgroVate board legally adopt defensive measures against Bijoux? I am not sure but I think AgroVate can adopt a defensive measure against Bijoux. For AgroVate to be able to adopt a defensive measure the board first has to have reasonable grounds for believing that a danger to corporate effectiveness existed.
Parliament couldn’t agree on anything such as taxes. The Earl Of Essex was in favour of lowering taxes so that the nation could get back to normal as quickly as possible whilst Sir Arthur Haselrig on the side of the Independents was all for raising taxes and believed that failure to reach a settlement was not the Army’s fault. They also disagreed on
This has caused many problems for Robin Hood. Discipline was becoming harder to enforce because of the sheer size of the group. The group is also faced with lower revenue and increased costs. The organization was beginning to exceed the food capacity of the forest so supplies had to be obtained from outlying villages. Some of the other issues that Robin Hood is faced with are whether or not to impose a fixed transit tax, what to do about the growing strength of the Sheriff, and if he should accept the Barons offer to join in freeing King Richard.
The weakness caused by the growth was that observance and caution were in decline and discipline became harder to enforce. Also, due to the increasing numbers of men, the food was becoming scarce and they were beginning to exhaust the bands financial reserves. Robin Hood was also trying to come up with a solution to the outright confiscation of goods but the lieutenants resisting the idea of a fixed transit tax. The sheriff was growing stronger because of his growing support with his political connections and Prince John. Opportunities arose with the invitation to join the conspiracy to help return the king for future amenity.
In the text there is an outbreak of cholera, also referred to as a “plague”. The Venetians have decided to keep this plague a secret from tourists as tourism is a main contribution to their total revenue. Gustav Acshenbach has figured out something is going on, he asks around but almost everyone is willing to lie in order to protect their own interests. The choice can be considered wrong behaviour, many people may die because they did not know about the disease. Keeping this secret could be considered murder, which is against the law and morally very wrong.
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.
Lao Tzu only cares about the people not hating their leader because that will cause troubles so he decides not to take their money and give them whatever they need. This is not a good idea. It will not help the people learn that they need to work for it themselves. They are just given everything. War was also a big topic in both of their views.