Robin Hood Case Study Analysis

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Violet A. Amoabeng MGT 611: Integrative Management Dr. M. Davis Wednesday, January 19, 2011 Assignment # 1: The Robin Hood Case Study – The Purpose of Strategy: Strategic Management is defined as consisting of analysis, decisions, and the actions and organization undertakes in order to create and sustain competitive advantages. It is concerned with the analysis of the internal and external environment of the organization. Strategy is in itself the ideas, decisions and actions that enable a firm to succeed in the long and short run. It is their “way” of getting their goals and objectives achieved with core values and beliefs that create an organizational coherence in strategy direction. The strategy is their plan of action that will…show more content…
Increased pressure from the Sheriff m. How to regain anonymity? n. Allocating resources to “keep an eye on his activities” ? o. Killing the Sheriff (amnesty issues and confliction with values) 5. Strategy Redesign: p. Effectiveness vs. Efficiency q. Aligning the new strategy with current beliefs and values r. Communication with such a huge organization s. Effect implementation 6. Very risky opportunity to generate high returns: t. Join the Barons to free king Richard, high risk and high returns u. Amnesty issues. v. Losing stakeholder support 7. Sustaining the organization in an environment that cannot sustain the current growth of the organization growth: w. Decentralization of power (Selection) x. New areas to expand to? y. Accessing the large membership for new suppliers, contacts and looking beyond for new alliances that can support the expansion z. Decentralizing the organization without causing a rift between regions and departments. {. Sustaining and enforcing cultural values and belief over different regions |. Communication will be more difficult if expansion occurs 8. Concerns about possible disbandment: }. Outplacement The Role of the Organizational Leader as Strategist and an Articulator of Global Goals: 1. Leaders must have an integrated view of the organization and assess how
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