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With the trend of globalization, increased customer demand and advancement in technology development, firms are seeking to collaborate with their trading partners to manage supply chain knowledge for competitive advantages. This study follows the research stream of Tornatzky and Fleisher (1990), Rogers (1995), and Iacovou et. al. (1995) to empirically analyze the drivers of Collaborative Knowledge Management Practice (CKMP) and the impact of implementing CKMP on knowledge quality and supply chain performance. The results would advance our understanding to inter-firm knowledge collaboration and provide firms with guidance to implement CKMP.