There are many business management skills that a manager or executive needs to become successful at. One of these core management skills is the ability to get things done. Getting things done effectively requires excellent organising and decision making skills. Another important skill of an effective manager is the ability to help other people to acquire the same proactive habit of getting things done now.Today’s business environment is overloaded with information. Having access to plenty of information is an advantage especially when it comes to making decisions. However, it can also be a curse. Managers can become overloaded with information which can lead to inefficiencies. Effective managers create a system that enables them to receive, assimilate, and analyse information that is relevant to helping them achieve their business goals.Effective managers forward information that is relevant and has a purpose. They understand that sending information to other team members is not an end in itself, it is all part of the process of getting things done quickly and efficiently. One of the key abilities of being a successful executive is to leverage other peoples time. No matter how good you are at your job you will always be limited by the time you have available. That is why you need to leverage other people’s skills and their time to get more done.During the processing of information a manager needs to decide if it is relevant and useful and if it is beneficial to other members involved in the project. When you receive information you should ask yourself who can benefit from this. It is important that the information you send to other people is relevant and will help them. The last thing you want to do is over-load them with more information that is going to put more pressure on their time.