Robin hood a case study misti walker 5/9/2009 1 1 what problems does robin hood have/ what issues need to be addressed robin hood has many issues that need to be addressed the most immediate problem is that the band is overstaffed and with insufficient resources to sustain it. Management 441 in-class case: robin hood james lampel new york university in was in the spring of the second year of his insurrection against the high sheriff of nottingham that robin hood took a walk in sherwood forest.
Robin hood and the merrymen are facing the problem of not having enough supply of resources to meet the demands of their expanding organization their current strategy is to rob from the rich and give to the poor they are looking at revising this strategy in order to find another way to get their resources. In short, robin needs to select a new strategy and rally the merrymen behind the cause, training new members and practicing change management to get the older members on board 2 do robin hood and the merrymen need a new mission new objectives a new strategy robin hood and his band are in need of a fresh strategy in response to external happenings.
Definition of strategy robin hood and his band fig2: bcg matrix,picture edited from appointments theoretical classes 2012-2013, chapter 3, strategic management 10 recommendations and conclusions• the current strategy must be changed. Robin hood time context the legend emerges in the late 15th century which date from around the reign of prince john viewpoint assembly meeting to the merry men or the bands and let them know for the problem arises: let’s put myself on the shoes of robin hood as the ceo first, is to acknowledge the main problem. 2 robin hood is faced with many strategic problems within his organization robin hood’s organization is in the business of robbing the rich and giving to the poor this is not a typical organization in that the members must live outside the law the organization started small with elite members who each had a specialized job. Strategic management - case study robin hood strategic management: robin hood case study in the past few years, several theories involving the implementation of strategic management in all types of organizations have emerged as a significant element of competitive advantage for both employees and management personnel.
Robin hood swot analysis and strategy recommendations robin hood’s main problem was the increasing size of his band initially, he had hoped that strength lay in numbers and the more merry men he had, the better it would be for him to effectively fight against the sheriff’s administration. Robin hood’s main problem was the increasing size of his band initially, he had hoped that strength lay in numbers and the more merry men he had, the better it would be for him to effectively fight against the sheriff’s administration.
Robin hood and the merrymen are facing the problem of not having enough supply of resources to meet the demands of their expanding organization their current strategy is to rob from the rich and give to the poor. Case #1: robin hood 1 what is strategy making decisions, analysis, and actions an organization takes to compete what industries to compete in how to compete in those industries 2 what strategic problems does robin hood have increasing number of allies decrease in supply of food changing methods straying from vision 3. Teaching note: case 1 – robin hood case objectives 1 to provide an introduction to the conceptual framework of strategic management using a non-business situation 2.