Lieutenants were appointed and they were given specific works. The intelligence and scouting division was headed by Will Scarlet. He always kept a track of the Sheriff’s moves. He continuously gathered information about the travel procedure of merchants and tax collectors. Discipline among the band members was maintained by Little John. He also made sure that archery of the band was maintained to the level that their job demanded. The finance division was taken care by Scarlock. He did the job of converting ransack to cash. He also looked for appropriate secret storage places for the surplus cash. The Miller’s son named Much served the intricate task of meeting the needs of the band members which was continuously increasing (Gerring 67).
In the current scenario, Robin Hood needs a new plan of action. It may even significantly modify and design alternative strategies to fight against the sheriff. The old plan has now become obsolete and thus needs to be enhanced for better results. There has been a change in the external and internal environment and therefore the old ways of generating revenues are not working any more. An alternative has to be planned to avoid the financial crisis that the band is going through. The organization of the band has to be restructured to reinforce discipline within the band. The band members should not misalign from the goals that they are supposed to achieve. Thus a new mission has to be designed to overcome the current problems that the band is facing (Pahl and Richter 143).
The expansion of band’s operations to other unexplored parts of Sherwood Forest can be an effective strategy. This could help the band to mitigate some of the difficulties faced by the band. This would help the band to significantly grow in size. Revenue generation will be enhanced and the resources obtained from the Sherwood Forest will be sustainably maintained. Some other alternative method of revenue generation