Is there a way to share lists between models? We use a number of different models all for the same company which uses the same structure - and it would be really handy if it were possible create a 'shared' master list(s) in one model that could be referenced by all the other models.
It is not possible to reference lists between the models, you have to import them to each model via actions.
A good way to export lists from a model (data hub model for example) is to first create a module (hierarchy management module), where you have line item for each list you are planning to export. Each line item is formated as the list you have in mind. Once that is done, you can create a view for each list and then create an action in other models to import from that view. It is a better way, because in views you can turn off the summary level (or top level), which is not possible when you import from the list directly. In this way, when import action is run, you will have all green checks, which gives a lot of comfort that all data is imported succesfullly.
As with LipChean's method, this is a one way management system (as far as I can tell). Whilst this will allow me to push new organisation items out to my other models - it won't allow me to remove units, unless you know a way to do this? Perhaps a delete by selection?