The 1990s was a decade of globalization powered by the Internet and rising transnationals, multinationals and global corporations. The challenge that confronted many corporates were identification of training needs and competencies for an international workforce, and deploying new methodologies to train them. This book provides a retrospective view of these changing times, when different methods were pioneered, by Human Resource Management for adapting to globalization of businesses and developing an international workforce. It provides insights into the training needs for women, who were increasingly becoming part of the global corporations as managers during the decade. The book would be of interest to managers and academics as well as a reference for students of Human Resource Management, particularly MBA.