Guy Kawasaki has a guest post by Craig James:
Interviewing is a highly-specialized skill, and some people are MUCH better at it than others. Identify the good interviewers, the ones who seem to have a second sense, and intuition, about others. Make a team of these people, and have them do ALL of your interviewing.
In your book, you discuss what you’re trying to learn, but not HOW to go about learning it. That’s the real art of recruiting. We treated the interview like any other project. There was a team leader, and each person specialized in a particular task. Every interview followed the same project plan.