Art Hill
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Arthur Hill

John & Nancy Lindahl Professor for Excellence in Business Education
Supply Chain and Operations

Education

  • BA 1972
    Mathematics Indiana University

  • MS 1974
    Industrial Administration Purdue University

  • PhD 1977
    Management Purdue University

Expertise

  • Supply chain and operations management
  • Process improvement programs and lean thinking
  • Forecasting and inventory management
  • Service management and service quality
  • Production planning and scheduling

Arthur V. Hill (Art) is the John and Nancy Lindahl Professor in the Supply Chain and Operations Department in the Carlson School of Management.  He is also the Academic Director of the Carlson Consulting Enterprise.  Until recently, he was the Associate Dean for MBA programs in the Carlson School and the Director for the Supply Chain & Operations Board of Advisors.  He has been awarded numerous teaching awards at the Carlson School and was recognized as an outstanding instructor in several national publications including Business Week.  He has been a visiting professor at Indiana University, the Moscow Institute of Management, IMD International in Lausanne Switzerland, Wits University in Johannesburg South Africa, and the National University of Singapore.  He has provided operations management consulting for over 100 organizations, including 3M, Best Buy, Boston Scientific, Cargill, Ceridian, CH Robinson, Cummins, Delta Airlines, Donaldson, Dow Chemical, Easter Seals/Goodwill, Ecolab, General Mills, Goodrich, Home Depot, Honeywell, Land O’Lakes, Mayo Clinic, Medtronic, Methodist Hospital, Nestlé, Radisson, Sam Goody, St. Jude Medical, Target, Thomson Reuters, Toro, and US Bank.  His Encyclopedia of Operations Management – 2016 Edition is a popular text at many business schools around the world.  He attended West Point for two years and then earned a BA in Mathematics from Indiana University and then an MS in Industrial Administration and a PhD in Management from the Krannert School of Management at Purdue University.  He is committed to helping organizations add more value to their customers, shareholders, and employees – and to helping Carlson School MBA students succeed in their education, career, and life.

Selected Works

  • "Forecasting the Forecastibility Quotient for Inventory Management," A.V. Hill, W. Zhang, and G.F. Burch, International Journal of Forecasting (2015).
  • "Individual Differences in the Newsvendor Problem: Behavior and Cognitive Reflection," B. B. Moritz, A. Hill, and K. Donohue, Journal of Operations Management (2013).
  • The Encyclopedia of Operations Management, Arthur V. Hill, (Financial Times Press, 2012)
  • "A Research Agenda for Six Sigma Research," W. Zhang, A. Hill, and G. H. Gilbreath, Quality Management Journal (2011).
  • "Learning from a Service Guarantee Quasi-Experiment," X. Chen, G. John, J. Hays, A. Hill, and S. E. Geurs, Journal of Marketing Research (2009).
  • "Applying the Collective Causal Mapping Methodology to Operations Management Curriculum Development," J. Hays, T. Bouzdine-Chameeva, S. Goldstein, A. Hill, and A. José Scavarda, Decision Science Journal of Innovative Education (2007).
  • "A Pricing Model for Clearing End-of-Season Retail Inventory," D. Gupta, A. Hill, and T. Bouzdine-Chameeva, European Journal of Operational Research (April 2006).
  • "Service Guarantee Strength: The Key to Service Quality," J. Hays and A. Hill, Journal of Operations Management, Special Issue on Incorporating Behavioral Theory in Operations Management Empirical Models (2006).
  • "Production Planning for Medical Devices with an Uncertain Approval Date," A. Hill and W. Sawaya III, IIE Transactions (2004).
  • "Five Challenges for the Operations Management Research Community," A.Hill, Journal of Operations Management (2002).
  • "A Preliminary Investigation of the Relationships between Employee Motivation/Vision, Service Learning, and Perceived Service Quality," J. Hays and A. Hill, Journal of Operations Management (2001).
  • "A Model for Optimal Delivery Time Guarantees," A. Hill, J. Hays, and E. Naveh, Journal of Service Research (2000).

Current Activities

Administrative Appointments

  • Academic Director, Carlson Consulting Enterprise


Current Research

  • Process improvement programs


  • Supply chain optimization


  • Personal time management for knowledge workers