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Guest: Don Weinstein, ADP’S Chief Strategy Officer
Episode: 235
Air Date: April 21, 2017



Guest Bio: Don Weinstein is ADP’S Chief Strategy Officer. He joined ADP in 2006 as VP of Corporate Strategy and has since held a variety of roles in strategy, product management and business development.

Most recently he was Senior Vice President of Product Management, where he was responsible for managing ADP’s portfolio of HCM products as well as directing the company’s annual product innovation investments. He also led the Global Product Management team through its transition to an Agile organization.

In addition to helping enhance ADP’s brand as an innovation thought leader, Don has been instrumental in introducing key new products that have delivered rapid success in terms of new product sales. These include ADP Mobile, ADP Analytics and the ADP Marketplace.

He has also served as Division Vice President of Strategy and Product for ADP’s Small Business Services and Major Accounts Services divisions, where he led numerous successful new product introductions including RUN Powered by ADP® , ADP Workforce Now® , and ADP Talent Management.

Prior to joining ADP, Don held senior strategy roles within IBM Corporate Strategy and PriceWaterhouseCoopers Strategy and Change Consulting. He began his career in 1990 with General Electric as an Edison Engineer.

Education & Accreditations: Don received a BS in Mechanical Engineering from Rutgers University, an MS in Mechanical Engineering from Drexel University and an MBA from New York University’s Stern School of Business.



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