Identifying problems is easy. For the most part. If you’re honest and open minded about the situation/circumstance/result, you can find room for improvement in almost about anything.
You can’t take an international standard and apply it strictly around the world the same way. The challenge lies when a framework designed by the “international experts” does not accommodate the local circumstances or takes the local culture into context. Having a standard framework in which everyone can agree on a certain thing is a good starting point. The major drawback of these frameworks is when the local circumstances are very much different than what the experts had planned for.
It’s better to take the framework and to customize it to local needs/ circumstances. When the execution of the plan or process faces hindrances, it’s best to be in a position to suggest alternatives as well.