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Dr Joanna Berry

Associate Professor (Teaching) in Entrepreneurship in the Business School

(email at joanna.berry@durham.ac.uk)

Biography

Joanna started at Durham University Business School in December 2015, following 12 years as both student and staff member at Newcastle University Business School, where she spent her last 5 years as Director of External Relations. Joanna was Academic Director of Executive MBA Programmes, and spent 2 years running Inkspot Science Ltd., the commercial iteration of a Single Programme-funded research project. She has an MA in Jurisprudence from St. Anne’s College, Oxford, and achieved her MBA (with Distinction) and PhD (in music industry digital business models) whilst at Newcastle University. Coming with Joanna to Durham is a 2 year KTP, with a focus on digital business models and big data in the area of ageing and health.

Joanna was born and brought up in the North East and remains passionate about increasing the profile and prosperity of the region through education and as well as her work in HE she spends quite some time talking to students of primary and secondary schools about careers and employability. She also works with various business organisations including the LEP, NECC, FSB, CIM and others to engage closely with the Northern Powerhouse agenda. She has had a number of international business positions, including Manager for Europe and East Asia for the World Economic Forum, and New Business Development Director for the Mobil 1 Motorsport/McLaren teams. She has also founded and run her own companies, including an international award-winning interactive content production (‘dot com’) company, a record label (as part of her PhD research) a database management service and a PR company.

Joanna is mentor to Business Enterprise companies and individuals in large and small corporate organisations. She is Governor and Chair of Marketing for a girls’ school in Newcastle and sits on the Regional Board of the CIM and the Board of the NECC’s International Trade Committee. 

Joanna is Senior Teaching Fellow responsible for entrepreneurship teaching at both undergraduate and postgraduate level and is also Pathway Leader for the newly-launched MBA programme’s Entrepreneurship pathway. She works closely with the Centre for Entrepreneurship and the School’s Honorary Entrepreneurial Fellows, and is currently External Examiner in the Revalidation process for the MBA programme at UEL.

Research Groups

Business School

Selected Publications

Book review

  • Berry, J (2004). The global Internet economy. Organization Studies

Chapter in book

  • Papagiannidis, S, Berry, J & Theodoulou T (2009). A tale of e-business models: from the music to the television industry. In Emergent strategies for e-business processes, services, and implications: advancing corporate frameworks. Lee, I IGI Global. 3: 104-122.
  • Berry, J (2008). Live Music and Performances in a Virtual World. In Pagani, M IGI Publishing.
  • Papagiannidis, S Berry, J & Li, F. (2005). Potential Implications of IPv6 for Regional Development. In Encyclopedia of Developing Regional Communities with Information and Communication Technology. Marshall, S, Taylor, W & Yu, X

Conference Paper

  • Berry, J (2011), Culture Crash: Organisational change in the cultural and creative industries in the North East of England, RSA Annual International Conference. Newcastle Upon Tyne.
  • Berry, J (2011), Seattle Band Map: mapping the connections between and evolution of Seattle's cultural and artistic relationships, The City: 2nd International Conference - Culture, Society and Technology. Vancouver, Canada.
  • Berry, J (2004), Possible impact and implications of Internet Protocol 6 on Television Broadcasts, 27th ISBA Conference.

Journal Article

  • Berry, J (2007). What has been learned from emergent music business models? International Journal of E-Business Research
  • Berry, J (2006). Building International Communities through Music Industry Value Chains in the Early 21st Centre. British Academy of Management
  • Berry, J (2006). Technology: promise of threat? The digitisation of the music industry supply chain. Logisitics Research Network, Newcastle Upon Tyne
  • Berry, J (2005). MVine Ltd A Case Study of a New Digital Music Label from Conception to Launch. International Journal of Cases of Electronic Commerce 2005
  • Berry, J (2005). The long and winding road? Ebusiness models for small independent record labels. WSEAS Transactions on Information Science and Applications 2005
  • Berry, J (1999). Globalization of real estate markets in central Europe. European Planning Studies

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