How would you evaluate jobs in terms of the Big Five personality dimensions? Conscientiousness, Jobs returned to rescue apple in his parent’ garage from near bankruptcy. He helped to transform seven industries likes personal computing, animated movies, music, phones, tablet computing, retail store and digital publishing. It was producing an array of computers and peripherals including a dozen different versions of the Macintosh. Part of jobs’s compulsion to take responsibility for what he called the whole widget stemmed from his personality, which was very controlling but it was also driven by his passion for perfection and making eleven product. Extroversion, he told his team members was to focus on four great products one of each quadrant. Jobs began taking his top 100 people on a retreat each year. Openness to experience, focus was ingrained in Jobs personality and had been honed by his Zen training. He relentlessly filtered out what his considered distractions. Agreeableness, he was caring deeply about customers want is much different from continually asking them what they want it require intuition and instinct about desires that have not yet formed. Question 2
How would you evaluate Jobs in terms of the five traits important to organizational behaviour? Explain. For the first trait that is “locus of control; I am/am not the captain of my fate” can be seen in paragraph 11 where those who worked with Jobs admitted that the trait, infuriating as it might be and led them to perform extraordinary feats because Jobs felt that life’s ordinary rules didn’t apply to him then he could inspire his team to change the course of computer history with a small fraction of the resources. For the second trait, “self-efficacy; I can/can’t do this task” can be figure out from the paragraph 2 that is, for their job, Jobs told his team members to focus on their four great products, one for each quadrant whereby all other products...
Please join StudyMode to read the full document