The result makes intuitive sense on another level as well. A “lone wolf” Black Belt cannot possibly have all the skills and experience possessed by a complementary team. And experience shows there is greater risk of a project producing disappointing results when a team and its project have only a single Black Belt as opposed to those with multiple Black Belts. If the organization cannot afford to assign multiple Black Belts to a project, then it should be sure not to overload any individual Black Belt with too many projects. Developing Green Belts to the point where they can operate independently with Black Belt guidance is a good way to compensate.
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Caveat: Blitzes are all too often un-targeted, . done with little concern as to the overall impact on the total company. The results of such un-focused blitzes typically have a significant local impact, microcosms of excellence , but little or no impact on overall company well being. See “Solutions Looking for a Problem” below.