1. What problems does Robin Hood have? What issues need to be addressed?
He had to deal with the dramatically growth of his band, he loose power and the discipline was corrupted. He didn’t knew the half of his men. Also he had intrinsic motivations to fight the sheriff and he didn’t a clear vision of strategy. The most important thing to care of was the decision of joining the conspiracy. It was an important opportunity with a lot of risk but in case of wining, with a great reward, not just for him and his gang. It would change Engalnd.
2. Do Robin Hood and the Merrymen need a new mission? new objectives? a new strategy?
Yes they do. Firstly he need to adopt a new strategy for the Merrymen. With clear objectives for all of them and the organization all together. Most importantly Robin Hood as a leader he had to endure his mission, identifying the goals the organization wanted to reach and what was next.
3. What strategic options does Robin Hood have? Is continuing with the present strategy an option or is the present strategy obsolete?
The present strategy is obsolete, he never put a limit now he’s on the edge. He has two options: decline or he reengineered his organization and make an analysis of his strengths and weaknesses, (SWOT Analysis) evaluate their opportunities and threats and then make a choice. Keep doing the same under their motto “Rob the rich and gave the poor “or go with the conspiracy and overthrow the King besides the sheriff too.
4. Why not try to end the campaign by killing the Sheriff?
Because it was campaign that start with an only propose stop the sheriff and with the administration of the kingdom (taxes mainly) but it became a movement. It became an icon, it became a way of leaving. The “campaign” does not end with the death of the sheriff. The only person that would accept the end of the campaign it’s Robin Hood.
5. What are the pros and cons of accepting the offer...
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