Unfortunately the decision that governance is bad only seems to occur after a scandal, but good governance should prevent scandals from occurring in the first place. Do you think good governance can or should be measured periodically, as part of an organisational health check? What are the right metrics? What are the advantages and disadvantages of publishing the results?
Corporate governance quality or effectiveness can be measured out of 10, or out of 100, or even classified as A, B, C.... Yet, what matters more is that whether it is useful for the external stakeholders. I tend to believe that the current metrics are flawed and hence can potentially mislead especially investors and analysts.