This book gives an overview about innovations in organisations as well as the importance of a favourable organisational microclimate for the enhancement of creativity and innovation. Generating ideas is always a very fragile process for any organisation engaged in innovative activities. In order to support good and successful ideas the companies have to have a favourable organisational microclimate. This microclimate is discussed against the background of certain conditions which organisations should obtain in order to prevail innovations and cope with them in a successful way. The main focus of the book is on the conditions, which can favour and support the process of emerging innovations. The conditions are teamwork, management participation, effective communication and information flow, as well as innovative culture. During the different chapters however, some interrelations can therefore be seen. Furthermore nine interviews with three different innovative Latvian companies support our theoretical framework of this book, how the different conditions are interrelated with each other in practice and their occurrence in the different companies.