With the same people behind it, no. IMO, Berman didn't want to go any further after VOY because he thought that and the TNG movies was as far as Trek could
go. Going backward (in time) was the only viable choice he probably could see.
I think it would have required someone else behind the wheel who could
imagine Trek continuing forward--while at the same time making it both accessible and interesting to a wide audience--even if it meant getting rid of the tried and true concept of a Starfleet crew (Series V could still had a diverse crew of humans and aliens, but perhaps more casual and rougher than a Starfleet one, and with different motivations). Not so much "Star Trek
" as "Star Trek: When Starfleet Ain't Here
" I guess...