Government organizations that deal with intelligence, whether these organizations deal with national security issues like the Central Intelligence Agency or public health concerns like the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, must confront hyperturbulent environments in which organic, information-intensive changes occur rapidly with little warning. Moreover, no one individual harbors sufficient knowledge to either mitigate negative outcomes or capitalize on positive opportunities. Within these organizations, inter-individual exchanges must transcend physical group proximity, social networks, and the institutions themselves.