Robin Hood Swot Analysis

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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
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* If successful, Robin can return to living his life as a law abiding citizen.
Cons
* The proposition is dangerous * If the plan is unsuccessful, Prince John’s pursuit to catch Robin will be relentless.
I believe this is a good plan because although it may be risky, there are more pros than cons, even though the cons are pretty extreme. By accepting the Barons offer, he can group some of his best men that he trust and knows, and seek to release King Richard. If successful, Robin can campaign the sheriff and Prince John out of office, which are his two biggest threats. This will give him a chance to live his life the way he did before, as a law abiding citizen, and he no longer needs to hide or steal from people. 8) What course of action of the above choices 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.
The course of action that I recommend Robin should take is to join the Barons. I believe this to be the best course of action for Robin because among the choices he has, this one would be the most effective one. It is a risky course of action to take but Robin has no other choice that will possibly put him in a better situation or solve his problems. By joining the Barons, Robin will have a chance to actually solve all his problems in one shot. He can delegate new lieutenant positions to men that he trusts and then break the band into groups

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