Evaluate the internal processes or strategies within an organization in which you are involved, such as your workplace, school, church, or community group, in order to identify a problem that provides an opportunity for innovation. Then, determine an innovative solution for addressing that problem. Examples of potential solutions are entering a new market, implementing a new practice or process, or even changing management structures. The ultimate goal of your solution should be to increase the diffusion of innovation within the organization and contribute to a culture that appreciates innovation as a key to competitive advantage and organizational success. Please research and select a model for evaluating both the feasibility of your idea and the implementation plan. -Describe the problem your innovation targets. What is the scope of the problem and which stakeholders, both within the organization and without, does it impact? -Describe your innovation and explain how it addresses the problem. How will it meet the needs of the organization and all stakeholders involved? -How does the innovation contribute to the organizations competitive advantage? -Develop an implementation plan for effectively diffusing the innovation within the organization. Make sure the plan addresses potential resistance and obstacles, including people and processes. -Identify an appropriate method that could be used for measuring the impact of the innovation on the organization. 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 this organization (in processes, practices, structures, etc.) that could create and sustain momentum for innovation.