Jill Treece

Senior Lecturer

Operations and Business Analytics


Jill Treece is a senior lecturer in the Department of Management Sciences. Treece began her career as a registered nurse and has nearly two decades in the healthcare industry. Her most recent role before joining Fisher, was the Director of Nursing for one of Central Ohio’s largest hospitals. In addition, she has experience with leading large hospital re-design and build projects, including leading teams through workflow design and optimizing patient flow. She has coached in Fisher’s Executive Education, Masters of Business Operational Excellence program since 2015, and continues to teach in this program as well as several other offerings at the business school.

Areas of Expertise

Production/Operations Management
  • Lean Manufacturing
  • Project Management
  • Quality Improvement
  • Six Sigma


  • MBOE, The Ohio State University
  • BSN, Case Western Reserve University


BUSOBA 7264 - MBOE Stabilizing Operations
The objective of this course is to present students with the state-of-the-art tools for stabilizing operations and maintaining stability. Students will be taught to identify and analyze strategic core enterprise-wide concerns and implement solutions. Prereq: Enrollment in MBOE. Not open to students with credit for 843.
BUSOBA 7262 - MBOE Capstone/Cornerstone Project
Capstone Project is a supervised practical project executed by the student with the help of a team in the student's own workplace. A faculty coach supervises and guides the effort and a company sponsor supports the effort of the student team. Prereq: Enrollment in MBOE. Not open to students with credit for 841. Repeatable to a maximum of 6 cr hrs.
BUSOBA 3130 - Foundations of Operations Management
Introduction to operations & supply chain management to improve organizations; specifically analyzing, controlling & improving resources & processes to increase productivity, generate value-added output & meet business strategic & tactical goals. Prereq: Math 1116, 1130, 1148, or equiv, and Econ 2001.01, or equiv. Not open to students with credit for 3230. Not open to students enrolled in the BSBA degree program.
BUSOBA 3230 - Introduction to Operations Management: Improving Competitiveness in Organizations
Introduction to operations and supply chain management to improve manufacturing and service organizations; analyzing, controlling and improving resources and processes to increase productivity, generate value-added output and meet business goals. Prereq: Econ 2001.01, and 2002.01, and Stat 1430, or equiv.; or Math 1151 or 1154, and enrollment in BSET program. Not open to students with credit for 3130, or to students enrolled in UExp or PreBSBA-PR.