This chapter discusses selected methods of supporting creativity, including probably the best known Osborn-Parnes Creative Problem Solving Process (CPS). It addresses the issue of freedom of inquiry and research, which is a precondition for unrestricted creativity. The chapter discusses the role of the university campus designed as a space to stimulate creative behaviour, including the role of associations and scientific clubs operating on its premises. Research on the organisational and institutional impacts on creativity in science shows that creative accomplishments are correlated with small group sizes, stable research sponsorship, timely access to extramural skills, and a facilitating leadership. The development of creativity is negatively affected by tribalism, or the tendency to confine research to a single discipline or even a sub-discipline. Entrepreneurship, understood as the ability to seek market opportunities and new combinations of available resources, requires a creative approach.