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T. Thatchenkery, D. Cooperrider, and M. Avital, Positive Design and Appreciative Construction: From Sustainable Development to Sustainable Value (Advances in Appreciative Inquiry Series AUTHOR BIOGRAPHIES Wietske VAN OSCH is a Ph.D. candidate at the University of Amsterdam, department of Information Management She has a Master degree (MPhil) in Organization Science (2008) from the VU University. She is also lecturing Organization and Management at the University of Amsterdam. Her research interests are generativity, online communities, social network sites, and sustainable IT. For further information, please contact by email, W.vanOsch@uva.nl. Michel AVITAL is Associate Professor of Information Management at University of Amsterdam. The study of how information technology promotes innovation and extraordinary outcomes is a central theme of Michel's work. He has published articles on topics such as generative systems design, creativity, innovation, collaboration and competition, green IT and sustainable value. He is an editorial board member of seven leading IS journals and serves in various organizing, ICIS, AOM, ECIS, and other topical conferences. Further information at http://avital, 2010.