He did not put enough thought into curbing the number of people being recruited. The dilemma occurred when the increasing number of men had made the band a corporation. The more men were recruited into the organization, the less face to face interaction Robin had encountered with each of his men.
This would make it hard for him to enforce rules and regulations using his old ways because vigilance was not present with the new recruits. Moreover, the capacity to fund the increasing number of people became very scarce.
Supplies needed to be obtained from outlaying villages. This is a very clear consequence of any expanding organization. A formal structure needed to be enforced and a chain of executive party needed to be established so as to monitor the increased number of people in the organization.
The funds obtained from the outright confiscation of the rich were no longer accommodating the increasing number of the people in the band.
The mission statement had to be revised to accommodate the changing ways of the organization.
New strategies also need to be introduced to meet the fund requirements of the band. Moreover, there needed to be a revision to the objectives of the band so as to limit the number of people being recruited.
This, in my opinion, is a primary concern that needs attention. We can analyze the different compartments of the situation by identifying the internal and external factors. Opportunities and Threats are external problems since the band cannot influence their creation.
Threats Sheriff is growing much stronger and becoming better organized Sheriff has political connections and powerful friends and he was well regarded by the regent, Prince John Policy Revisions The policy suggested by Robin Hood to impose tax on travelers will only be feasible under certain conditions.
Or are these two points interconnected? If the latter point is the mission statement, then posing transit tax will provide a steady provision of funds to the needy.
Recruits specializing in management also need to be heavily recruited. If all these requirements are fulfilled, then there will be minimal concern of not generating revenues and cash flows.
If this plan fails, the consequences are very grave.
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In order to overcome their powerful enemies, Robin Hood should set up strong goals for his band which was also needed be reorganized.
Mission, Vision, Values, and Goals Read the case Robin Hood provided in this week's lesson, and complete the following corresponding assignment. Before Robin can develop.
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Mission, Vision, Values, and Goals Read the case "Robin Hood" provided in this week's lesson, and complete the following corresponding assignment.
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