Cross border knowledge transfer brings complexity due to its multifaceted nature of the boundaries, cultures and processes involved. However, the current understanding of what contributes to successful cross border knowledge transfer is still fragmented. The factors that affect the performance and process of cross border knowledge transfer will be determined and presented in this paper. Quantitative approach has been adopted in this study. The findings of this study show that knowledge characteristics, context characteristics and network characteristics have positive significant relationship with cross border knowledge transfer.