Disruptive innovation can hurt, if you're not the one doing the disrupting
Though the most successful leaders are usually good people, they tend to have a piratical gleam in their eye. They're not Goody Two-Shoes type good. Morally, they care about getting the big questions right, but not about observing proprieties. They delight in breaking rules, but not rules that matter. This quality may be redundant though; it may be implied by imagination.