The significant Governance issues (in general terms) cover the following:
Step by step approach for conducting Assessments:

The Corporate Governance Risk Framework

Corporate Governance is often defined as how we assign responsibility for managing risk, by making use of contemporary prudent management and conventional wisdom. But conventional management only provides a fragmented view on the issues involving Risk and Governance.

The Governance Model provides us with a framework for considering the type of decisions that are made including the consequences of those decisions in a cause and effect feedback way.

The Governance Model provided us with that framework whereby we could anticipate and understand and take action around the intended and unintended consequences of our choices and decisions. The Governance Model became a systems model and provided us with a structure dealing with decision-making under varying degrees of uncertainty.