While having lunch with another project manager, he tells you that he underestimated the number of staff resources needed for his project by nearly 50%, but says he has plenty of reserves to cover the costs. During the next staff meeting, the same project manager says he has nothing new to report for his project and that all is progressing according to schedule. What do you do?
A. Double check your own resource estimates.
B. File a complaint with PMI.
C. Do nothing.
D. Report this to the appropriate management.