Delroy Chevers is a Senior Lecturer of Operations Management and Information Systems at The University of the West Indies, Mona. He is the Associate Dean of Graduate Studies and Research in the Faculty of Social Sciences. He holds a PhD in Information Systems from The University of the West Indies. His research interests are software process improvement (SPI), information systems quality and success, project management and operations sustainability.
Some Research Highlights:
- Spencer, A. & Chevers. D.A. (2021). The role of ICT in pandemic recovery and resilience: Customer satisfaction in Caribbean hotels. Journal of Tourism Resilience, 1, 1-15.
- Balugani, E., Butturi, M.A., Chevers, D.A., Parker, D. & Rimini, B. (2020). Empirical evaluation of the impact of resilience and sustainability on firms’ performance. Sustainability Journal, 12 (5), 1-17.
- Chevers, D.A., Mills, A., Duggan, E. & Moore, S. (2020). A software process improvement model for small firms in developing countries. In Zhang, J., Novel theories and applications of global information resource management, Chapter 3, (pp. 47-80). Hershey, Pennsylvania, IGI Global.
- Chevers, D.A. & Grant, G (2019). Developers’ views on the adoption and benefits of software process improvement programs in Canadian software development firms. International Journal of Business Information Systems, 32 (2), 238-252.
- Chevers, D.A. & Spencer, A. (2018). A comparative analysis of the use and impact of ICTs in Mass Tourism Destinations: The case of Jamaica and Bahamas. Journal of Eastern Caribbean Studies, 42(2), 81-99.
- Chevers, D.A. (2018). A Mixed Method Approach to investigate the Antecedents of Software Quality and IS Success in Canadian Software Development Firms. The Electronic Journal of Information Systems Evaluation, 21 (2), 109-130.
- Chevers, D, Cunningham, D., Frankson, R., Samuels, K. & Stevens, S. (2018). Can millennials afford higher education? Journal of Eastern Caribbean Studies, 41, 2, 1-32.
- Parker, D., Dressel, U., Chevers, D. & Zeppetella, L. (2018). An agency theory perspective on public-private-partnerships: International development project, International Journal of Productivity and Performance Management, 67, 2, 239-259.
- Chevers, D.A. & Grant, G. (2017). Developers’ views on information systems quality and success in Canadian software development firms. Journal of Information Systems and Technology Management, 14, 1, 585-601.
- Thomas-Stone, J. & Chevers, D.A. (2017). A comparative analysis of students’ performance using ICT in blended course format versus distance education. Caribbean Journal of Education, 39, 1 & 2, 1-23.
- MGMT3056: Project Management
- MGMT3060: Production Planning and Control
- MISY6110: Introduction to Information Systems
- MGMT6021: Operations Management
- 2020, The Principal’s Research Award for the Most Outstanding Researcher/Research Activity in the Faculty of Social Sciences with four (4) peer reviewed journal articles and one (1) book chapter.
- 2019, The Principal’s Research Award for the Most Outstanding Researcher in the Faculty of Social Sciences, with four (4) peer reviewed journal articles and one (1) case study.
- 2017, Received the Best Researcher Award at Mona School of Business and Management (MSBM) Star Award.
- 2016, The Principal’s Research Award for Best Research Publication for the article titled “An evaluation of software development practices among small firms in developing countries – A test of a simplified software process improvement model”.
- 2019/20, Received the Vice-Chancellor’s Award for Excellence in Teaching.
- 2017, Received the Most Effective Teacher Award at MSBM Star Awards.
- 2013, Nominated by The University of the West Indies for the Association of Atlantic Universities Teaching Award.
- 2012, Received the UWI/Guardian Life Premium Teaching Award.
- 2009/10, Received the Faculty of Social Sciences Award for Excellence in Teaching.