Robin Hood Swot Analysis Essay

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Robin Hood Case - Case Analysis Questions 1) Create a basic organization chart for Robin Hood and The Merrymen. Write each person’s name and what they are responsible for doing. Basic organization chart for Robin Hood and The Merrymen 2) Perform a basic SWOT analysis on the situation Robin Hood is in. List the top 3-4 Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities, and Threats that Robin Hood faces. SWOT analysis on the Robin Hood situation: Strengths: * Robin ruled supreme. * The band was increasing in numbers. * Very strong management team which covered the structure and finances of the organization. Weaknesses: * Growing numbers of the men are leading to fast depletion of the food supply from the…show more content…
If he was able to recruit a few lieutenants like Little John and split them into groups in the forest, it would be beneficial and would solve his financial problem because they would be covering more areas of the forest. 6) Should they try and end the campaign by killing the sheriff? Why or why not? It would be pointless to try to kill the sheriff because it will only satisfy Robin’s thirst for revenge against the sheriff, it will not solve any of his problems or make the situation better. Also the chances of killing the sheriff are extremely remote; with all the sheriff’s powerful friends and his growing resources (money and men) the chances of killing him are pretty slim. I’m pretty sure that if he were to kill the sheriff, another sheriff would be put into office that is just like the old sheriff, if not worse, because all of his powerful political friends he has are corrupt and they would most likely see to it that nothing changes and they are still getting their benefits. 7) What are the pros and cons of accepting the offer of the Barons to assist in securing King Richard’s release from prison? Do you think this is a good plan? Why or why not? The pros and cons of accepting the offer to assist the Barons in trying to release King Richard from jail are the following: Pros * He can campaign against the Sheriff and hopefully kick him out of office. * He can get capital to better

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