Evaluate the internal processes or strategies within anorganization in which you are involved, such.

Evaluate the internal processes or strategies within anorganization in which you are involved, such as your workplace,school, church, or community group, in order to identify a problemthat provides an opportunity for innovation. Then, determine aninnovative solution for addressing that problem. Examples ofpotential solutions are entering a new market, implementing a newpractice or process, or even changing management structures. Theultimate goal of your solution should be to increase the diffusionof innovation within the organization and contribute to a culturethat appreciates innovation as a key to competitive advantage andorganizational success. Though your final paper will not be dueuntil the end of the course, you should identify your problem andgenerate potential solutions early on. Begin drafting yourimplementation plan in stages as you work through the coursetopics. As with your CLC project, you should research and select amodel for evaluating both the feasibility of your idea and theimplementation plan. Describe the problem your innovation targets.What is the scope of the problem and which stakeholders, bothwithin the organization and without, does it impact? Describe yourinnovation and explain how it addresses the problem. How will itmeet the needs of the organization and all stakeholders involved?How does the innovation contribute to the organization’scompetitive advantage? Develop an implementation plan foreffectively diffusing the innovation within the organization. Makesure the plan addresses potential resistance and obstacles,including people and processes. Identify an appropriate method thatcould be used for measuring the impact of the innovation on theorganization. Explain why you think this is a relevant measure.Finally, assume your innovation is adopted by the organization.Make recommendations for additional improvements within in thisorganization (in processes, practices, structures, etc.) that couldcreate and sustain momentum for innovation. Include at least eightin-text citations from at least five secondary resources from yourresearch.