So I work at one of the big 4 companies, and came across an oddity in one of our calculations (internal) that sparked off my own investigation. Am in the process of putting together a paper, with worked examples of how the business is losing millions needlessly, and how to resolve it.
It holds water (not some fictional pipe dream) and the CFO is seeing this report when it's finished.
However it's going to look a bit hard to believe on a resume, I would imagine. Any ideas on how to sell this on my CV? Just put it down and give the details? or bring it up in an interview. Once explained it's pretty impressive (I like to think) and pretty clear I'm not making it up, but can something be too good to be true on a CV?