Department of Business Information Technology
University of Tampa
United States of America
DeLeoz’s primary research stream focuses on exploring team-related issues in information systems project management. He also is performing research in the areas of IS research methodology and large-scale impacts of IT such as e-commerce and social media.Currently, DeLeoz has published in major IS conference proceedings and has papers under review and development in premier IS journals such as the European Journal of Information Systems . DeLeoz is an active member of the Project Management Institute (PMI), the Association of Information Systems (AIS) and the Organizational Communications and Information Systems (OCIS) Division at the Academy of Management (AOM).
Gerard DeLeoz’s over 15 years of IT professional experience stimulates his desire to teach students and perform research. DeLeoz is interested in teaching courses in the areas of business information technology, information technology management, project management, systems analysis and design, business statistics, object-oriented software programming, data communications and networks, computer organization and architecture.
Gerard De Leoz, Stacie Petter. Sensing High Performance Enablers in the Collective Action of Successful IS Project Teams. International Research Workshop on IT Project Management 2015. Paper 6. Fort Worth, TX.