The purpose of this case study was to increase the understanding of transfer processes from one point to another. In this case study, Results-Based Management (RBM) was the transferred technology from developers in Western developed countries to end-users in developing countries. The study focused on a global research and development organization, that has is located in a developing country. The study aimed at identifying the peculiarities associated with such transfers, especially in a context of a science- based development organization. To further enhance and illuminate understanding of the case, three implementing field-sites were visited. Given the need for a deep understanding of how the transfer process occurred in its dynamic social context, why it worked or was not working, coupled with the long time frame for such transfer processes, meant that in-depth case study research design would be most appropriate. The data- gathering techniques that dominated the study were observation, interviewing, and document reviews. In- depth interviews with a total of 38 respondents, were conducted at the headquarters and at field sites.