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Steve Jobs was a demanding perfectionist when it came to his business. In fact, the case recounts instances where Jobs would have his "top 100" people attend a retreat and they would decide on the ten things the company should focus on for the next year. This list eventually was narrowed down to just three after Jobs would "slash the bottom seven" ideas. Which of the Big Five personality dimensions does this type of behavior seem to be most related to? Emotional stability Agreeableness – Wrong Answer Extroversion Locus of control Self-monitoring 13. Award: 1.61 out of 1.61 points Once the iPod became the huge success it was, Steve Jobs decided to cannibalize it by creating the iPhone. To cannibalize such a successful product is a gutsy move for a manager and seems to indicate that Jobs has a high degree of _____________. conscientiousness agreeableness extroversion
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