You are just about to present your project’s status to your company’s executive team. One of your resources hands you an updated report on the progress of a critical deliverable as you are leaving your desk for the meeting. You review the report as you are walking to the conference room and notice that there is an error in the report. What do you do?
A. Do not report on that part of the project.
B. Disclose that you have just discovered that there is an error in some of the information that you had intended to present, and only present the information that you know to be true.
C. Cancel the meeting.
D. Present the information as-it-is and revise it in the meeting minutes, which will be sent after 2 days