Robin Hood case questions

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Daniel Zanata Dal Osto 9/10/2014 Robin Hood - Case Analysis Questions (case is in eBook) Your total answers that you write must be 1000 words minimum. To be submitted by due date to Blackboard. Type your answers and include your name. Unless you are in an online course, you must be in class on the date we discuss the case for full credit. Make sure your answers are very easy to understand and identify. Separate each answer with its own paragraph and a heading in underline or bold. Use bullets and numbering for easier reading. 1) What are the goals and objectives of Robin Hood and his band? What is it that they are trying to accomplish? Robin Hood aims to steal from the rich and give to the poor in order to form a strong…show more content…
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? Pros: Get money to grow and feed the band. The band will not need to steal from the rich anymore. Getting rid of the sheriff and Prince John quickly. Cons: Robin Hood could be accused of Provincial banditry and court intrigue. Prince John had spies everywhere, and he was known for his vindictiveness. If the plan failed the pursuit would be relentless and retributions swift. This is a good plan, because it is the only way to a significant change, momentarily and long-term. The corrupt would be exonerated and Robin Hood would achieve his goals. 8) Should they try and end the campaign by killing the sheriff? Why or why not? Kill the sheriff is not the best option, because while Prince John is on the throne killing the sheriff will not change anything for the people. The best option is to try to free King Richard and make him return to his throne. 9) What one course of action of the 4 opportunities you analyzed would you recommend to Robin? Be specific about why you chose this and how it helps with the threats/problems you identified in your SWOT analysis. I would join the Barons to raise ransom $$ to buy King Richard’s freedom because the band is getting disorganized, members are beginning to disagree with each other in certain subjects and Robin Hood must to do something

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