The short answer is no. The best tournament players try to build a big stack early, and if they succeed, they use it to "bully" other players later, when there is more risk aversion. But playing tight can be a good strategy in some situations. Like early in the game, if the table is very loose. In that situation there is not much point in raising A4s from UTG and get 5 callers, 3 of whom have position on you.
It can also be correct to play tight, if you are a middling stack on the bubble or final table, especially if you have a big stack on your left. There is no point in opening a hand like QJo or 66, if you know, you are going to get 3-bet or floated a lot, and you are just going to end up folding and donating more chips to the "big stack bully" on your left. Good winning poker is all about thinking ahead and predicting, what will most likely happen, if you do Y or X