It is always great to read an article full of pragmatic advice on the investment of time and thought you need to put into your recruitment process. Recruiting the right people first time around will have such a positive impact not only culturally but also your organisation performance. I have met far too many companies during my 19 years in Executive Search who view recruitment as a chore and subsequently take too many risks by not preparing for success. 

One area of the article that I do disagree with though is getting 6 interviewers involved in the process. In my experience too many chefs definitely do spoil the broth! 6 opinions can bring paralysis to any recruitment process and I would strongly recommend a maximum of 3 decision makers getting involved in the hiring process.