A Humble Approach To Software Development | Digital Drive with Andrew Kerr, CEO for FortyAU

by | Apr 15, 2021

Andrew Kerr is the CEO of an incredible software development company called, FortyAU (https://fortyau.com/). He is also a talented writer! When we sat down to talk on Digital Drive, he shared with us how his perspective on humility impacts his leadership and how the developers on his team approach building technology for their clients. You will enjoy reading Andrew’s book, The Humility Imperative: Why the Humble Leader Wins in an Age of Ego (https://www.amazon.com/Humility-Imper…).

Andrew is a tech executive with 15+ years of diverse experience leading teams, delivering solutions, and helping individuals and organizations to grow and thrive. He previously served as the Assistant Vice President (AVP) for HCA’s Parallon Technology Solutions where he directed the efforts of over 150+ consultants to deliver high-priority IT projects for many of the nation’s top healthcare companies. The exciting opportunity to join a start-up led him to his current role at FortyAU software consulting where he leads an agile team of 100+ software developers to deliver custom software solutions for clients in healthcare, finance, higher education, sports, and entertainment industries.

Possessing a strong passion for leadership development Andrew annually teaches dozens of classes on diverse topics including change management, managing up, and the power of humility for leaders. His first book, The Humility Imperative: Why the Humble Leader Wins in an Age of Ego, was released in 2017 and led Andrew to be featured on numerous podcasts, blogs, and as a featured speaker across the country for companies including HCA, Cisco, Yahoo Finance, and Scott Madden consulting. Andrew is also an adjunct professor at Lipscomb University teaching in the Master of Health Administration program on “Healthcare, Innovation, and Technology”.

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