As businesses need to behave as adaptive systems, it is necessary that all those who are in charge of business units assume the responsibility for results.
Results driven managers need to be basically reliable. They have to be reliable for the clients, the stakeholders and for the members of the organization.
To be reliable they need to have assumed the responsibility for results considering them possible and ensuring their achievement.
But reliability is shown in everyday actions. Only doers enjoy developing the necessary actions to achieve goals.
Therefore, results driven managers need to be reliable, having assumed the responsibility for results, and need to be doers in their field of action.