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Dr. Craig Hill

Professor & Conklin Chair

Office: T143
Management, Marketing & Supply Chain Management
College of Business


Craig Hill, PhD, holds the Charles S. Conklin Endowed Chair and is a professor of Supply Chain Management in the College of Business at Clayton State University. His research interests are in the area of supply chain management, in particular production planning, contract manufacturing, supply chain collaboration, and as well as innovations in education. He has published in such journals as the <i>International Journal of Production Economics, Decision Sciences Journal of Innovative Education, Journal of Operations Management, IEEE Transactions on Engineering Management </i>and the <i>European Journal of Operations Management</i>. He has over 10 years of industry management and consulting experience in the area of production management, productivity improvement, quality control, and production planning.


Ph D, Management, Vanderbilt University, 1998

MBA, Business Administration, University of Minnesota, 1985

BS, Mechanized Agriculture, South Dakota State University, 1980

Intellectual Contributions

Craig Hill, Peter Zhang, Keith Miller, Collaborative Planning, Forecasting and Replenishment (CPFR) & Firm Performance: An Empirical Evaluation, International Journal of Production Economics – February 2018

Keith E Miller, Craig Hill, Antoinette R Miller, Bringing Lean Six Sigma to the Supply Chain Classroom: A Problem-Based Learning Case, Decision Sciences Journal of Innovative Education – October 1 2016

Service to the University & University System of Georgia

College, FDIC, Committee Chair –  October 2009 to Present

University, Institutional Research Board, Committee Member –  October 20 2016 to May 2022

Service to the Profession

Editorial Review Board Member, Journal, Operations Management Research, International –  Spring 2019 to Present

Member, APICS the Society for Operations Management (ASCM) Spring 2016 to Present