Professor Hill founded the Carlson Consulting Enterprise in 2002 with help from many people both inside and outside the Carlson School. He is the Associate Dean for MBA Programs and John and Nancy Lindahl Professor in the Supply Chain and Operations Department. He holds a B.A. in Mathematics from Indiana University, an MS in Industrial Administration from Purdue's Krannert School, and a Ph.D. in Management also from Krannert. He has been recognized as an outstanding instructor in the Carlson School of Management in several national publications including Business Week. He has extensive international experience at the Budapest University of Economic Sciences, State University of Management (Moscow), University of Witwatersrand (South Africa), IMD International (Lausanne, Switzerland), the National University of Singapore, and Renmin University (Beijing). He has consulting for over 100 organizations including 3M, Best Buy, Cargill, Carlson, Ceridian, CH Robinson, Cummins, Dow, General Mills, Goodrich, Home Depot, Honeywell, Land O'Lakes, Medtronic, Nestlé, Target, Thomson Reuters, Toro, U.S. Bank, and Wells Fargo. He was the editor of the Journal of Operations Management, the academic journal in operations management. His current research is focused on supply chain management and process improvement.