Robin Hood Plan of Action
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This paper considers Robin Hood as a business leader near the height of his success, facing problems of lack of control of the enterprise, declining morale, failing customer service, rising competition, alienation of potential allies and supporters, and possible severe economic disruption. The paper recommends a course of action by which Robin Hood will throw his support to the barons for the ransom and restoration of King Richard.
From the Paper:"Robin Hood must reassert control over his organization. His enterprise has outgrown its market niche, becoming a burden and indeed a danger to its supporters. The enterprise has also deteriorated dangerously, in the morale and dedication of its members. New members probably include highwaymen and thieves, who make little distinction between prosperous locals and royalist merchants. He needs to recover his original purpose. The Merry Men originally assembled because the High Sherriff, as Prince John's local henchman, was inflicting unjust taxes while protecting favored merchants who were willing to pay bribes for their privileges."
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