Andrew McAfee's post, Now THAT's What I'm Talking About!, over at the Harvard Business School provides a great example of a fully operational application of Enterprise 2.0 technologies. The article looks at Avenue A | Razorfishs' intranet and includes screenshots of some of the key pages.
There's been a lot of enthusiastic discussion around the application of Web 2.0 technologies within the organisation but until now there has been precious few real world examples.
It's great to see wiki technologies and techniques such as tag clouds being applied so effectively. The clever use of Del.icio.us, Flickr and Digg entries is particularly interesting (I'm off after this to see how I can apply it within my own organisation).
Hopefully as more companys start to adopt Enterprise 2.0 technologies we'll start to see more examples like this appearing.
You can find out more about the work of the Avenue A | Razorfish team over at the Workplace Blog.
Update: Mike Gotta has posted an interesting response to the use of public online services for tagging/social bookmarks and RSS feeds. He also refers to Alex Barnett's post on Tagging Behind the Firewall.