When interacting with team members, the Agile project manager should:
A . Ask team members to do things by phrasing the statement as a request rather than as a demand.
B . Ignore team member input and emotions when important decisions have to be made.
C . Proceed cautiously when requesting team members to do something likely to make them unhappy.
D . Disagree with the team based on the merit of the issue without considering how the team is feeling.