William McDermott, chief executive officer and executive board member of software company SAP, will deliver Fairfield University\u2019s annual Charles F. Dolan Lecture at 7:30 p.m. on Tuesday, April 28 in the Dolan School of Business Dining Room. McDermott\u2019s talk, \u201cWinners Dream: A Journey from Corner Store to Corner Office,\u201d is free and open to the public. McDermott oversees 74,400 employees at SAP. The company operates a computer cloud system and the world\u2019s largest business network, with more than $600 billion transacted annually, according to publicity material. Seating to the talk is limited and reservations are required. For complimentary tickets, contact Patricia Pivarnik at 203-254-4307 or firstname.lastname@example.org. From deli worker to big-time CEO McDermott is the author of a national best-selling book, \u201cWinners Dream: A Journey from Corner Store to Corner Office.\u201d He will discuss leadership and career success during his presentation at Fairfield University. He\u2019ll describe how he made the journey from working in a small deli on Long Island to the position of global CEO. \u201cAs his story shows, it\u2019s not what you start out with \u2014 he had very little. It\u2019s how you leverage hard work and energy to inspire others that really supercharges achievement in business,\u201d said Don Gibson, dean of the Dolan School of Business. The Charles F. Dolan Lecture series was established at Fairfield University in 2001.