On this week's #wisdomwednesday, I am joined by my colleague Matt Roberts. Matt and I discuss out of control salary escalation and how organizations may respond by investing in AI technologies to replace certain roles being done by humans today. Matt shares his insights on the factors for CMOs and marketing executives to consider when making a choice between technology and humans.
On this week's #wisdomwednesday I am joined by Jessie Coan, the Director of our Content Marketing practice....
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