عنوان مقاله [English]
نویسندگان [English]چکیده [English]
The emergence of ERP systems as an integrated and process-oriented information system that supporting all activities of the organization, has led to significant improvements in the performance of deploying organizations. One of the success factors in the implementation of ERP systems is the proper identification of risks and appropriate responses to them throughout the lifecycle. Therefore, this research with an innovative point of view seeks to design a risk control model for ERP implementation by the Grounded Theory (GT) approach during open, axial and selective coding steps. The present research is both fundamental and applied in terms of purpose. The statistical population of this study is ERP elites, interviews with 12 of these elites were conducted using purposeful sampling method. The results of the study showed 58 primary codes and 17 main categories that presented in the form of a paradigmatic model including; causal conditions (pre-implementation risks, implementation risks and post-implementation risks), phenomena (ERP implementation risk control), context (organizational factors, technical factors and human factors), intervening conditions (factors associated with employees, factors associated with project implementation and factors associated with the ERP system), strategies (path improvement, human resource development, organizational change, and Organizing) and consequences (organizational consequences, financial consequences and social consequences) and relationship between its different dimensions is also presented.