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Chief Strategy Officer

Don Weinstein is Chief Strategy Officer for ADP.

Don joined ADP in 2006 as Vice President of Corporate Strategy. He has also served as Senior Vice President of Product Management for ADP Employer Services. 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 Engineer.

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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Sample Talks (1)

Human Capital Analytics
HR Executives now rank Analytics as the most important technology in Human Capital Management (HCM) by a sizable margin above the next most important pillar. 69% of HR executives say they spend time on analytics. But, many companies still struggle with the basics of determining KPIs such as total cost of labor, cost of benefits, employee performance and employee turnover. Learn about the global standards being developed for human capital management and emerging HCM analytic capabilities.

Past Speaking Engagements (3)

Connecting and Empowering your Workforce

Human Capital Management Momentum
ADP Analyst Day,  New York, NY

Human Capital Analytics
Rethink Global,  New York, NY

Education (3)

Rutgers University
B.S., Mechanical Engineering

Drexel University
M.S., Mechanical Engineering

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