The first tool enables managers to actively translate their past experiences into simple rules. This helps them recognize and articulate past lessons, allowing them to build a growing personal portfolio of simple rules. The second tool facilitates the learning process by formulating simple rules that are better remembered. In this case, the project manager guides the team in formulating such rules. By actively using these tools, managers can improve their decision-making processes and promote individual and team growth. They take the initiative to transform their own experiences into valuable rules and ensure that the lessons learned are remembered and applied in future projects.
Overall, this research provides valuable insights into the complex process of creating and using simple rules in managerial decision-making. By acknowledging and articulating past experiences and distilling them into simple rules, managers can improve their decision-making processes and promote individual and team growth.