The detailed description of your innovation project should provide enough information to propose the
project to a client. The technology, deployment plan and organizational impact of the solution should
be addressed. The idea here is to compel the reader to embrace the solution. Treat this as a proposal
that you are trying to “sell” to the client.
MODIFIED (October 6): This assignment should be presented using the following sections:
1. Title Page of the Proposed Project
2. Introduction (up to 0.5 page)
3. Project Background (1-1.5 page)
a. Background of Organization (from PART 1)
b. Problem or Opportunity (from PART 1)
c. Proposed Technology Solution
4. Technology Solution Description (2-2.5 pages)
5. Deployment Requirements (0.5 – 1 page)
6. Organization-wide Impact (0.5 – 1 page)
7. Sustainability Plan (0.5 – 1 page)
8. Summary (0.5 – 1 page)
The page lengths provided above are approximations. In some cases, the template will dictate the
length of a section.
The paper should be concise. Please use the template. The body of the assignment (narrative portion)
should be 6-8 double spaced pages (not including title page) using the Times New Roman, 12-point font.
Please keep the length of the paper within guidelines provided.
Requirements: 7 Pages
Please see the attached template for this part, along with PART 1 that you assisted me with.
The company became a publicly traded entity in 1972 after being listed on the New York Stock Exchange (O’Connell, 2020). Less than 20 years after this, Walmart was one of the largest retailers in the country in terms of revenue. Walmart was initially geographically restricted to the lower Midwest and the South (O’Connell, 2020). Despite this, the company operated retail stores from coast to coast by the early 1990s. The growth of e-commerce retail forced the company to adapt and change its business model (O’Connell, 2020). Due to these changes, Walmart operates not only its traditional brick and motor stores but also online stores (O’Connell, 2020). This move has allowed the company to become the second-largest e-commerce retailer in America. Furthermore, its online store’s sales revenue accounts for approximately 13% of Walmart’s overall sales revenue (O’Connell, 2020). Even though the company trails Amazon Inc. by a considerable margin in e-commerce sales revenue, it is slowly gaining ground, evidenced by the fact that its –commerce sales revenue grew by 79% in 2020 and a further 1% in 2021.