You have been assigned as a project manager of a new project to be executed out of New York. However, you determine that the project requires a Global Positioning Systems Expert who is not available within the company in New York. On doing a little checking, you determine that the company has an expert based in London, who is suitable for the project. However, the London based employee is not willing to relocate to New York for the project. In such a case:
A. Write to the manager of the London based employee and inform him that the employee needs to be convinced to relocate to New York due to project requirements.
B. You would look at the option of moving ahead with the project by using a virtual team.
C. Manage the project without the key resource and flag this as a risk.
D. Co-location of resources is a key factor for the success of projects. As per PMI guidelines, you will not be able to proceed with the project since the resources is not available in New York.