Sure. But then it also won't be hard for lots of Germans to notice that ultimately, neither Jutland nor the High Seas Fleet actually had any serious bearing on the war's outcome...TTL, there's so much more confidence in the KLM because the war ended a week after Jutland- the notion is that they "won" that battle despite British numerical superiority, and that they can trounce the British if they have numbers.
Tirpitz had always been aiming at the creation of a Risikoflotte (Wilhelm was clearly aiming at even more). Well: The war demonstrated that he'd actually achieved it, albeit in part due to the revelation of how potent naval mines and torpedoes had become. The economy-minded folks in Berlin will be wondering why anything more is needed in the postwar. The Army will be happy to second the motion.