There are classic workplace situations that thrive with the creative output of free minds. Apple Computer, Google and Xerox are some that come to mind. In these places employees or industrial partners take pride and ownership in developing innovative products, cutting edge technologies or ground breaking discoveries. Making your workplace fun, innovative but must importantly productive is not difficult. First, begin by hiring mature, motivated professionals. Second, encourage success by celebrating victories and learning from setbacks. Third and possibly most important build teams that know of and rely on each others strengths. Workplaces such as these take work, dedication and a commitment to success. Employees or partners who seek organizational success, then team success before individual success are optimal candidates for developing a fun, innovative workplace. Allow the creative juices to flow!