Mr Bateup is a founding member and long-term chairman of the Waikato-Hauraki-Coromandel Rural Support Trust, which assists rural people during tough periods.
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With over 40 years experience consulting in this area I usually have to tell clients that the first is nigh unto impossible and the second, though possible, is very rare. Let me break down these two difficult issues one by one. Most preppers are conservative and inherently more strict in their principles and preferences—which leads to this predilection for separation from those we differ with.
Only in the past few years have people of strong financial resources decided that the establishment is headed for disaster and joined the movement.
But this growing disparity in financial resources makes it even more difficult for groups to work well together. The lesser endowed sometimes feel that those in the group with more money have an obligation to bail out the community when funds run short.
This too leads to the break up of communities that start out with common goals. The first of the big like-minded Prepper communities to form and fail was the movement surrounding Col.
Gritz was a former Green Beret officer and presidential candidate who championed many conservative causes, some credible and some not. He was high profile, head strong and very controversial, which is not good for maintaining a low profile as a Prepper leader.
Eventually financial and personal schisms developed within the hundreds of families who had moved to Idaho to be part of this like-minded community. Many eventually sold out and moved away. Some remain, but they now operate as individuals with informal relationships with others they trust and get along with—which, in my opinion, is the only thing that really works anyway.
This is done by attending churches, or local political organizations to find those you connect with. They always resent newcomers moving in who have uniform political views—or any group ideological agenda.
When the Rajneesh sect moved into Antelope Oregon in the 80s and started to threaten the local county control system with their increasing numbers, hostilities arose and they were eventually forced out. I run across modern day development attempts all the time where a small group of preppers try to establish a Prepper housing development of like-minded people.
They almost always fail and there are several good reasons: Not good for public relations. The promoters have to advertize the security features of the development in order to sell the idea to other preppers, which then compromises that same security because everyone knows about them.Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books.
My library. Case #1: Robin Hood 1. What is strategy? Making decisions, analysis, and actions an organization takes to compete What industries to compete in How to compete in those industries 2.
What strategic problems does Robin Hood have?
Increasing number of allies Decrease in supply of food Changing methods straying from vision %(6). Achieving more together: The power of teaming.
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Robin Hood Case - Strategic. Jasmine Murphy MGMT 1/30/ Case Analysis Robin Hood Summary: In this case Robin Hood is leader of his band of men. They are leading a revolt against sheriff that started out as a personal vendetta but grew into something more. To be an Officer of the New Zealand Order of Merit: BATEUP, Mr Neil Frank. For services to agriculture and the community. Mr Neil Bateup is a successful dairy farmer with a long history of service to agriculture and rural communities, particularly in the Waikato. Robin Hood SWOT Analysis and Strategy Recommendations Robin Hood’s main problem was the increasing size of his band. Initially, he had hoped that strength lay in numbers and the more Merry men he had, the better it would be for him to effectively fight against the sheriff’s administration.