Over the past two decades, "situation awareness" (SA) has graduated from a Human Factors construct to a mainstream term in domains as diverse as aviation, medicine, and defense. Individuals involved in design, training, and policy consider SA a critical aspect of the success of their organizations. Given this prominence, accurate measures of SA should be primary indications of organizational performance. However, many traditional measures of SA disrupt the flow of work; they are poorly suited for operational organizations. Alternative methods of SA measurement are needed if accurate feedback is to be given to team members in working conditions. In this effort, we explore the potential of unobtrusive process measures of SA. These measures are based on analyses of the electronic communications media prevalent in modern networked organizations.