Robin Hood Case Study

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Robin Hood case study

1. Robin Hood’s group has turn bad due to the rack of the recruitment method. They accepted most people that come to join their groups without having a good method of recruitment and as a result, they may get people that are not doing good. They may just want some food and a place to stay.

2. If I were Robin Hood, I would make a big recruitment among the men we already have again to see who should stay and who should not. Then I would tax them a little amount just to make sure that there are really will to join the group and aim for our goal. For the one who would like to join but cannot pay for the fee or not really appropriate for the group I would let them be at the other side of the camp and serve food by the priority.

3. After I read this case, I have learnt that group of people is hard to manage. You need to have a really good organized structure to manage the huge group of people. Same as a company, if you keep expanding in order to gain more profit and if you did not organized well enough, you will be unable to control the company and in the end it will go bankrupt. You need to know about yourself, how much can you manage and then plan for the future whether to expand or keep the same amount.

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