In these next week you might implement your small nursing informatics project or propose how you might implement your small nursing informatics project for your healthcare organization or nursing practice. Specifically, you will examine how to apply the 10 tracking documents developed in Part 1. Remember, the goal of this project is to demonstrate, through the project, your understanding of nursing informatics. Track your project to make sure the implementation is going as planned. Activities to track with application of tools: Photo Credit: auremar / Adobe Stock • Is the project staying within scope? (Scope) • Were all of the gaps identified? (Gap Analysis) • Is the project following the timeline? (Project timeline) • If you had a budget, is it on track? • Were all of the work activities correctly assigned? (WBS) • Are team members responsible? (RACI) • Did the project start on time, inline to meet due date? (Gantt) • Are you holding weekly status meetings and documented all activities? Are all team members in attendance and communicated with? (Communication Plan) • Are all changes approved and documented? (Change Management Plan) • Are all risks identified, prioritized, and assigned an owner and mitigation plan developed? (Risk Management Plan) The final summary will include the complete evaluation of the full project and lessons learned—what went well and what needs update and revisions. This will be a professional scholarly paper using APA 7. Be sure to include a one-half to one-page executive summary.