Name: Institution: Instructor: Date: Policy Modification Introduction It is important to note that when a company is operating on a foreign soil it must create is the internal mechanism and policing according to that country requirements. With this many companies have failed to track the right market segment for the reason of becoming too rigid to change when they are required to change. A casing example that can be given is a company that operates in the United States but expands to Asian country but fails to change its policy to meet the Asian mechanism. One of the probable course is that the company might end up failing in the market. With this the following paper will focus on ethical imperative of an SLS corporation modifying its policies to meet the process. Conclusion It does not matter which type of a company is expanding to a foreign country the fact is that the need to change some of the internal policies is the only way that company can survive. Elements such as culture will always work against the company. With this in mind the only way forward in the case provided is by making sure that an element of conformity is created in the process. If a company fails to modify its policies then the chances of getting everything right is limited. Change is inevitable when operating in a new marketplace at the end. Works citied Alden Chris and Amnon Aran. Foreign policy analysis: new approaches. Taylor & Francis 2016. Bodie Zvi. Investments. McGraw-Hill 2013. Brooks Raymond. Financial management: core concepts. Pearson 2015. [...]
he policies that organizations put in place are similar to laws in that they are directives for how to act properly. Like laws, policies should be impartial and fair and are often founded on ethical and moral belief systems of the people who create them. In some cases, especially when organizations expand into foreign countries, they experience a form of culture shock when the laws of their new host country conflict with their internal policies. Suppose that SLS Corporation has expanded its operations into your country. Setting aside any legal requirements that SLS makes to its policies to conform to your local laws, does SLS have an ethical imperative to modify its policies to better meet the needs of its stakeholders and their geographical region/country?