The faith-based “servant leadership” provides business leaders with a larger perspective and helps them to balance the demands of the business world with those of ethical social principles. This is explored through three stages: seeing, judging, and acting. The 46 original case studies featured in this book are exercises meant to provoke discussion and reflection on how leaders, managers, or administrators might resolve practical problems in their work. The “how to” of case studies is guided by a desire to do good, to learn to act in ways that lead not only to success, but also are consistent with moral wisdom as applied in business ethics. This book is a valuable resource for students of International Business and Management, as well as entrepreneurs and business managers working and doing business in China.