According to belt descriptions I'm a black belt, entering 2nd degree. BUT, here's my dilemna...
I'm CEO of a small company of 3 people and I have been training my co-workers with GTD over the past 4 months. I've sold them on the GTD concepts, they've read the books, listened to the CD's, implemented the project lists/NAs, AND we even do our weekly reviews together. GTD has significantly boosted our productivity. However, I've noticed that my co-workers have various levels of how comfortable they are with GTD. They are brown belt (if I use the belt descriptions). SHOULD I EXPECT THAT THEY SHOULD BECOME BLACKBELTS? Or is that too high of an expectation?
Part of me believes so much in GTD that I think everyone can become black belt, and that everyone under me in my company should be black belt (or at least in the process of becoming one). But what if I run into resistance? Can a company of 100 people really have all blackbelts or blackbelts-in-process? Or is it not worth the fight?
Does anyone have experience in leading a company w/GTD expected from all employees? How does it work out?