The 21st Century is widely touted as the Asian Century. Since the second half of the 20th Century, a number of Asian economies have achieved success with various models of export- and trade-driven growth strategies. Policy makers are now more confident that governments can retain and exert their control despite the many daunting ramifications and challenges that may come with economic transformation and progress. Emboldened by this newfound confidence, decision makers in both the public and private sectors from all over the world are comfortable with Asian economies’ pursuit of further economic growth and liberation. The tide of globalization in Asian economies is likely to gather greater momentum in the next few decades. Given this “new normal”, sharpening the decision-making skills of managers in both the public and private sectors in Asia is of paramount importance. This book is therefore timely in bringing the many tested models of decision making to the Asian context. We delved into many critical aspects of organizations that junior, middle-level, and senior management must all deal with on a daily basis. These include keeping pace with a turbulent environment, key elements of various models of management thinking, management ethics, corporate culture, small business management, planning and goal setting, strategy design and implementation, decision-making processes, adaptable organizational design, change and innovation management, managing people, diversity management, human behavioral dynamics, leadership skills, employee motivation, communication, teamwork, and quality management. We placed equal emphasis on the applicability of management concepts in Asia in general as well as successful examples that can be found in Singapore. Given its neutral geopolitical position on the world arena and the balanced mix of East-West influences that have taken root in Singapore, these examples make this book unique in its perspective of management in Asia.