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Robin Hood Case Essay

674 words - 3 pages

ROBINHOOD

1. What is their mission? What should it be? Their mission rob from the rich and give to the poor. Their mission should be to sustain provability through keeping update to current economic conditions while never forgetting their founding believes.

2. What are the objectives and what should they be?

There objectives are to get the sheriff out of office.
Steal from the rich and give to the poor.

There objectives should be
Recruit only those most willing to the cause and are skilled in their craft
Never change their believes
Pursue other ways to gain revenue

3. What are the strategies and what should they be?
Corporate- They currently use a ...view middle of the document...

4. How are they presently implementing their strategies?
They implement their strategies through Robin Hood having overall command and delegating responsibilities to his most trusted men. Little John- Head of HR, Will Scarlett- Head of R&D, Scarlock- CFO, Much Miller- Payroll officer

a. Capable organization- Structure- Robin Hood absolute command and he delegates duties to his top executives.
Competencies- Robin Hoods Core competencies are they company value of caring about the less fortunate.
Recruitment/Personnel- They do not have to worry about Recruitment because they have such a strong brand image that people approach them to become a merry man.

b. Budget resources- Allocation and Control for resources
Training and development of people- Little John trains their troops and keeps them motivated to train on their archery.

c. Support systems- Information systems- Will Scarlett uses direct research to learn about the competition.
Policies, rules and guidelines-The Marry Men follow the managements verbal rules and commitments
Functional area activities such as accounting etc.- Scarlock keeps track...

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