Helping the poor farmers and townspeople to live in prosperity via allies who believe in this
Destroying the trust between the sheriff and prince John.
Constructing camp to serve his allies.
Forging the group into a disciplined band.
Making all the important decisions.
Delegated specific tasks to his lieutenants.
SWOT Analysis :
1- well trained men helping robin .
2- strong leadership .
3- support from farmers and townspeople .
1- large number of the band members caused
shortage in supplies and they was unable to
continue their growth.
2- Robin isn't familiar with most of the band
1- spreading to anther forests so they can get
2- participating in conspiracy (in return for future
amnesty) with barons to pay the ransom for king
Richard so he can be free .
1 – increasing power of the sheriff and also he
have well organized men.
2- prince john will do anything to stop the freedom
of king Richards , also he has spies everywhere.
3- If conspirator's plan failed the pursuit would be
relentless and retributions swift.
PEST Analysis :
1- The Insurrection of Robin against the high
sheriff of Nottingham.
2- The Sheriff was growing Stronger.
3- The Alliance of the Sheriff , the prince John
and the powerful friends at court.
4- Robin wants to get King Richard out of
5- Robin wants to gain trust of barons against
Sheriff and John.
1- The forest a major encampment for the
2- band of allies and men with grievances and a
deep sense of justice.
3- robin made all the important decisions.
4- robin delegated specific tasks to his
5- Merry Men spreads wide and they came
from every corner of England.
6- Robin and Merry men must have a stronger
relation to be more loyality.
1- Robin wants to collect taxes.
2- Growing band exceeds... [continues]
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