2011.10.20_Robin_Hood_Case_Study

2011.10.20_Robin_Hood_Case_Study - Robin Hood Case Study ....

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Robin Hood Case Study . Submitted by Group A Nitesh K EPGDBM110309 Raghavendra DV EPGDBM110312 Shivani P EPGDBM110317 Sobhit N EPGDBM110319
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Q1 What are Robin Hood‘s key problems? 1. Increasing size of band a. Lack of discipline in band b. Shelter/Space shortage c. Food Shortage for band members d. Lack of training ( As everyone was welcomed to join the band) e. Increased maintenance and operating Cost f. Challenge to organize big and untrained group. g. Band’s camp was getting visible in forest increasing risk of getting captured 2. Robin Hood’s main enemy, Sheriff, was growing stronger to destroy band 3. Decline in tax/revenue collection of band 4. King Richard was imprisoned by Prince John Sherriff is Robin’s main rival and poses a definite threat to his Operation. Supplies are a high level threat, because at any point those who support Robin Hood could be captured by Sherriff, thus cutting off supplies. Travelers are beginning to avoid the forest, despite added cost and inconvenience, to protect their
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