Policy’s & rules

The minute something goes wrong, what is it that we do?
Mostly, people create policies that no one will get benefit from.
“The students of schools/universities are cheating and are not employable” problem arrived. What we do? We create policies/rules. The rule is if you cheat, you’ll not be given chance or we’ll make the punishments even more severe or annihilating so kids will not copy and will study.
Really! do you think it really solves the problem?
"The employees are not taking responsibility",
Let’s create policy. Employees shall not take help from other outer sources to finish their job, threaten them with some rules or a deal i.e. if you don't do that we'll not consider you in XYZ things and not provide proper benefits to you.
Again a pathetic idea.
This is not solving a problem, it is bureaucracy. What would these things lead to? Think your own way, will kids start learning or will they try to find a way they can pass the test?
What companies will suffer if this all happens? we’ll end up creating humans who act like robots, what employees will do? They will love to wear the mask of professionalism. That is: trying to sound like business/Classy (in terms of one's own self-image), sounding decent and like a professional which makes things ridiculous. Instead, we’ll lose the weapon which is communication.
No one wants to spend their time reading a long list of rules/policies. Solving doesn’t need a generalized piece of advice from some status that sells you persona, solving needs a focus on solutions, because if you are not doing that, you have one more thing to solve.